The meeting scheduled for this Tuesday (22nd) of the Joint Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPMI) regarding the events of January 8th will have as its agenda the voting on requests. It is the commission’s first meeting since the testimony of Walter Delgatti, who associated former president Jair Bolsonaro (PL) with a scheme to defraud electronic voting machines.
After Delgatti’s testimony, part of the parliamentarians began to defend the breach of banking and telematic secrecy by Bolsonaro and former first lady Michelle Bolsonaro. The rapporteur, Senator Eliziane Gama (PSD-MA), also defends the breach of secrecy by Delgatti and the military who participated in an alleged meeting at the Ministry of Defense with the aim of planning a fraud in the electronic voting system.
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In his testimony to the CPMI, last week, Delgatti stated that the former Minister of Defense Paulo Sérgio Nogueira de Oliveira facilitated access to the folder’s headquarters, in Brasília, and to employees specializing in information technology to try to create a false source code. of electronic voting machines in order to rig the 2022 presidential elections.
The bridge between Paulo Sérgio Nogueira and Walter Delgatti Neto would have been made by former president Jair Bolsonaro himself after a meeting at Palácio do Alvorada, which would have taken place on August 10 last year. At the time, according to the hacker, Bolsonaro, federal deputy Carla Zambelli (PL-SP), former aide Mauro Cid and presidential advisor Marcelo Câmara were present.
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“The conversation was very technical until the president told me: I don’t understand the technical part, I’ll send you to the Ministry of Defense, through General Marcelo Câmara, and there you explain, despite Marcelo Câmara’s resistance to taking it”, said Walter Delgatti Neto to the parliamentarians of the Joint Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPMI) last Thursday (17).
“He told me that I would be saving Brazil. This conversation evolved and reached the technical part. I received a guarantee of protection, I would receive a pardon from the president. With the precautionary measures prohibiting accessing the internet that I had, this pardon was offered.”
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Along these lines, Senator Eliziane Gama also wants to vote for general Paulo Sergio Nogueira’s breach of telephone and telematic secrecy, putting the military in the sights of the CPMI on January 8th. In addition to Nogueira, the commission’s targets should be Gonçalves Dias, former chief minister of the GSI in the government of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT), and Júlio César de Arruda, former commander of the Army replaced by President Lula after the 8 January.
Editing: Vivian Virissimo