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Política Nacional / 13/04/2021

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Kajuru and Bolsonaro: what's in the controversial audio about pandemic CPI

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Kajuru and Bolsonaro: what's in the controversial audio about pandemic CPI


The senator and president discussed expanding the scope of the investigations to governors and mayors and suggested the possibility of putting pressure on the STF to force the opening of impeachment against ministers of the Supreme Court itself. Understand the contexts of the statements.

Senator Jorge Kajuru (Citizenship-GO) released recordings of a telephone conversation he had with President Jair Bolsonaro about Covid's CPI, which the Senate will have to open by determination of the Supreme Federal Minister (STF) Luís Roberto Barroso.

Kajuru says he warned Bolsonaro about the recording and said the president did not object. The audios were released on Sunday (11) and this Monday (12), on social networks and in an interview by the senator with Rádio Bandeirantes.

The recordings released open a new impasse between the powers of the Republic, at a time when deaths coronavirus in Brazil have surpassed 3,000 every day.

Understand below the content of the call between Kajuru and Bolsonaro.

'Boot governors and mayors'

"Kajuru, if I don't change the CPI's objective, it will only come at me [...] What do you have to do to be a CPI that is really useful for Brazil? Change its breadth. Put on governors and mayors ".

The conversation released by Jorge Kajuru on his social networks on Sunday shows President Jair Bolsonaro's request for the CPI to also investigate governors and mayors about possible irregularities in the conduct of the pandemic.

The obstacle to Bolsonaro's desire is that an excerpt the Senate's internal regulations establishes that "a parliamentary commission of inquiry on matters pertinent to the states will not be admitted", as stated in article 146.

A group of senators aligned with the government articulates a request to open a CPI to determine precisely the responsibility of governors and mayors.

For this reason, Senate President Rodrigo Pacheco is preparing a consultation with the General Secretariat of the Bureau to question whether it is possible to expand the scope of the Pandemic CPI to include state and municipal governments in the investigation.

The legal opinion will serve as a basis for Pacheco to decide whether or not the Senate will include the conduct of governors and mayors during the pandemic.

'Slutty report'

"If it doesn't change, the CPI will simply listen to Pazuello, okay, listen to our people, okay, to make a dirty report" - Jair Bolsonaro

The Pandemia CPI requirement states that it aims to "investigate the actions and omissions of the federal government in addressing the Covid-19 pandemic in Brazil and, in particular, in worsening the health crisis in Amazonas with the absence of oxygen for the hospitalized patients "in the first months of 2021.

That is, originally, parliamentarians filed a request for the creation of the CPI to investigate federal authorities. Thus, former Health Minister Eduardo Pazuello would possibly be heard by parliamentarians. The general, who occupied the portfolio between May 2020 and March 2021, was even heard in the Senate about the lack of oxygen before the collapse in Manaus, in January.

Pazuello, too, was also in the crosshairs of an investigation that had the opening authorized by the STF at the beginning of the year on the alleged omission of the then minister in the aggravation of the pandemic in Amazonas. With the resignation of Pazuello, the case was referred to the lower court.

' lemon to lemonade'

"We have to make the lemon a lemonade. For now, it's a lemon that is there. It can be a lemonade. It has to, I think you've already done something, you have to petition the Supreme Court to put the impeachment on the agenda also of the ministers "- Jair Bolsonaro.

That is, originally, parliamentarians filed a request for the creation of the CPI to investigate federal authorities. Thus, former Health Minister Eduardo Pazuello would possibly be heard by parliamentarians. The general, who occupied the portfolio between May 2020 and March 2021, was even heard in the Senate about the lack of oxygen before the collapse in Manaus, in January.

Pazuello, too, was also in the crosshairs of an investigation that had the opening authorized by the STF at the beginning of the year on the alleged omission of the then minister in the aggravation of the pandemic in Amazonas. With the resignation of Pazuello, the case was referred to the lower court.

' lemon to lemonade'

"We have to make the lemon a lemonade. For now, it's a lemon that is there. It can be a lemonade. It has to, I think you've already done something, you have to petition the Supreme Court to put the impeachment on the agenda also of the ministers "- Jair Bolsonaro.

In this excerpt, the president suggests that the senators submit a request to the Supreme Court to force the Senate to open the impeachment of STF ministers.

Bolsonaro's request had already been made explicit on Friday (9), the day after Barroso's decision. In messages on social networks, the president said that the minister "fails to determine the Senate to install impeachment against Supreme Minister, even at the request of more than 3 million Brazilians ".

However, law professors heard by G1 at the time said that an impeachment opening by the STF minister and a CPI are different things that would therefore prevent the Supreme Court acting in the same way.

'Get the hell out' with Randolfe

"If you don't participate, then Randolfe Rodrigues will participate. And he will start to piss off. Then, I will have to beat him up with shit like that" - Jair Bolsonaro.

In another excerpt released on Monday (12), Kajuru says that he will not participate in the CPI if the count is "revanchista", that is, with an alleged objective of making a rematch against the president. Bolsonaro, then, suggested that the group close to opposition senator Randolfe Rodrigues (Rede-AP) would gain strength and gave the answer transcribed above.

Randolfe was the author of the request for the installation of the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPI) in order to investigate possible omissions by the federal government in combating the Covid-19 pandemic.

In a social network, Randolfe said he would not be intimidated by Bolsonaro's threat and that "violence is often an outlet for cowards who have a lot to hide".

order to phone call, see chronology:

January: Senators file CPI request

The request to create Covid-19's CPI was filed on January 15 by senators who want to investigate the actions and omissions of the Jair Bolsonaro government in the health crisis. In all, 31 senators signed the request to create the commission - four more than the 27 required by the bylaws.

Even with the minimum number of signatures required, Senate President Rodrigo Pacheco (DEM-MG) did not install the commission. There, a lawsuit was filed with the STF by senators Alessandro Vieira (Cidadania-SE) and by Jorge Kajuru himself.

April 8: Barroso orders Senate to open CPI

Minister Luís Roberto Barroso determined last Thursday (8) that the Senate install a Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPI) to investigate possible omissions by the federal government in confronting the coronavirus pandemic.

In the decision, Barroso cites the worsening of the Covid pandemic as one of the arguments that would justify the installation of the CPI.

"In addition to the legal plausibility of the claim of the plaintiffs, the danger of the delay is demonstrated due to the urgency in investigating facts that may have aggravated the effects resulting the Covid-19 pandemic. It is relevant to highlight that, as the pleaded authority itself recognizes, the health crisis in question is currently in its worst moment, beating regrettable records of daily deaths and cases of infection ", describes Barroso.

Barroso stated that the Constitution establishes that CPIs must be installed whenever three requirements are met:

signature of one third of the members of the House;

indication of fact determined to be ascertained;

and defining the right term for duration.

April 8: Pacheco criticizes decision, but promises to install inquiry

Shortly after Barroso's decision, Pacheco said he would install the commission, but he estimated that the CPI could be used as a "political platform".

"I have no commitment to safeguarding anyone. In fact, I think that the culprits and those responsible for all these ills and sorrows that we are experiencing will be pointed out, including in a Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry, which, at some point, will be installed. , but it shouldn't be now, "he said.

"But I will surrender, if it is a decision of the Federal Supreme Court, on the initiative of Your Excellency [Alessandro Vieira], who provoked the Federal Supreme Court, to any judicial decision, because I am aware of the fact that a judicial decision is being complied with and not discusses, "replied Pacheco.

April 9: Bolsonaro criticizes Barroso, who responds

Barroso was criticized on Friday (12) by President Jair Bolsonaro, who sees the minister's decision as "improper political activism".

Through a social network, the president affirmed, in relation to Barroso, that "he lacks moral courage and he lacks improper political militancy".

In the post, Bolsonaro says that the monocratic decision, that is, of only one of the supreme ministers and not endorsed by the plenary of the Court, will be aimed at investigating only the federal government.

According to the president, there will be no space on the commission to investigate "no governor" for possible diversion of federal resources destined to combat Covid-19.

He also said that Barroso "omits" by not determining that the Senate also opens impeachment processes for STF ministers.

Barroso replied next. "In my decision, I limited myself to applying what is provided for in the Constitution, in line with the peaceful jurisprudence of the Supreme Federal Court, and after consulting all Ministers. I comply with the Constitution and perform my role seriously, politely and serenely. No I think about changing ", he said.

April 11: Kajuru releases first phone call

On Sunday (11), Senator Jorge Kajuru released the content of a phone call he had with President Jair Bolsonaro through social media.

In the conversation, the president reaffirms that Covid's CPI will only investigate the federal government, not governors and mayors. And he says he fears that the commission's report is - in his words - "bastard".

The president says the senator has to "make lemonade into lemonade". Kajuru replies that he will "work hard".

In addition, in the phone call, Bolsonaro also pressured Kajuru to press for the opening of impeachment requests ministers of the Supreme Federal Court (STF).

April 12: Kajuru releases stretch with threat to Randolfe

This Monday (12), Kajuru released a new excerpt of the conversation audio during an interview with Rádio Bandeirantes. In it, Bolsonaro curses Senator Randolfe Rodrigues (Rede-AP) and threatens to attack him. In the section, Kajuru says that he will not participate in the CPI if the count is "revanchista". Bolsonaro then replied:

"But if you do not participate, then Randolfe Rodrigues will be participating. And he will start to piss off. Then, I will have to beat him up with a piece of shit."

April 13: CPI opening forecast

The forecast is that the reading of the request will be made this Tuesday (13) in the Senate plenary, which will formalize the creation of the CPI. the reading, it opens ten days for party leaders to nominate the members of the commission.

Once the composition has been defined, which needs to consider the size of the benches, the commission can be installed. In this stage, the first working meeting is held, in which the president and rapporteur are chosen. There is no statutory deadline for installation.


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