Electoral court decides if defendants can run for president

Electoral court decides if defendants can run for president

If the Court considers it to be so, it will then judge whether a defendant candidate may take over the Plateau if elected.

Roberto Jayme / Ascom TSE 22.05.2018The TSE (Superior Electoral Court) must decide on Tuesday (29) whether a citizen who has become defendant in criminal action can be a candidate for the Presidency of the Republic.At least two presidential candidates are in the condition of defendants: former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who is the subject of six criminal proceedings in the lower court, and Deputy Jair Bolsonaro (PSL-RJ), which is the subject of two criminal actions in the Supreme Court (STF).The consultation was made by Deputy Marcos Rogério (DEM-RO), who was based on Article 86 of the Constitution, according to which the president will be suspended from his duties, “in the common criminal offenses, if the complaint or complaint is received. crime by the Supreme Court. ”See tooClean Record Law May Be Changed and Save Politicians from CassationClean Record Law is maintained for convicts before 2010Also dirty token, Maluf alternate takes office in the HouseThe...


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