The Civil Police of the Federal District (PC-DF) launched a police investigation to investigate a complaint of sexual violence in which district deputy Daniel Donizet (PL) is involved.
According to information from the Civil Police, the occurrence against the PL deputy was registered at the 5th Police Station, located in Asa Norte. According to the PC-DF, as soon as the incident was processed, a police inquiry was launched to determine the facts. The police also informed that it is not possible to detail the content of the complaint in order to preserve the victim’s privacy.
The Legislative Chamber of the Federal District (CLDF) informed, through its press office, that the Women’s Attorney’s Office of the Legislative Chamber has been following the investigations closely, together with the Civil Police of the DF, in order to take the necessary measures that the case requires. “It is important to emphasize that the CLDF vehemently repudiates any act of violence, especially when directed against women,” adds the CLDF note.
The executive of the PL in the Federal District also met on Saturday (12) to analyze the allegations of sexual violence involving the district deputy Daniel Donizet and notified the parliamentarian so that he presents his version of the facts and analyzes the possibility of opening a process discipline against the district deputy.
The PSOL-PSB parliamentary bloc in the CLDF – which is formed by deputies Fábio Felix (PSOL), Dayse Amarílio (PSB) and Max Maciel (PSOL) – stated in a note that they defend rigor in conducting investigations related to deputy Daniel Donizet.
“It is intolerable that any woman is subjected to harassment or any form of violence”, the block’s deputies said in a note, adding that they hope “that the information already requested by this house regarding the case reaches the CLDF as soon as possible so that we can proceed with the investigations”, says the note.
In July, the vice-president of the CLDF, Ricardo Vale (PT), requested information from the Civil Police of the DF about an occurrence that pointed as a suspect of participating in an act of sexual violence, a parliamentary advisor to the district deputy Daniel Donizet.
“The denunciation of physical and sexual violence against a call girl by a CLDF advisor is serious and, in addition to the criminal investigation, will be closely watched by the Human Rights Commission and the Vice-Presidency of the House”, said Vale at the time. .
The advisor in question was Marco Aurélio Oliveira Barboza, who was exonerated at the request of Daniel Donizet’s office on July 17th. Ricardo Vale’s advisor explained that, last month, the information that was only about the complaints against the parliamentarian’s advisor. Brasil de Fato DF looked for Marco Aurélio, but was unable to speak with the former advisor to deputy Daniel Donizet.
Through his press office, deputy Daniel Donizet denied the allegation of sexual violence and said that he is not the subject of formal investigation by the police or the Public Ministry. However, the DF Civil Police reported that a police inquiry was opened based on the complaint. The Public Prosecutor’s Office informed that “cases involving crimes against sexual dignity are confidential by law”.
“These are fallacious and untrue accusations that are being exploited by political opportunism from their opponents, interested in the position they occupy”, said the note from the advisory of the PL parliamentarian. According to him, he has already responded to his party’s notification and reaffirmed that he “repudiates any and all violence against women”.
Affiliated with the PL, Daniel Donizet is in his second term at the CLDF, and in the first he graduated to occupy the position of administrator of Gama, at the invitation of Governor Ibaneis Rocha (MDB). On social media, the parliamentarian presents himself as a defender of animal rights.
Source: BdF Federal District
Editing: Rodrigo Chagas and Flávia Quirino