Tuesday, August 16, 2011

The Brazilian Senate adds efforts to battle against the corruption

Today is a significant day for Brazilian politics. For the first time in the history of democracy in this country, a president raises the flag of ethics and morality in governance and expelled dozens of ministers and senior public-some already arrested by the police, and for the first time, senators from different parties supporting the government have created a movement supporting President Rousseff to persevere in its effort to bring morality to politics.

The movement initiated by Senator Pedro Simon, the biggest ally of the government party, the PMDB, have already joined about a dozen senators of both the party and other government also assumed, including Cristovam Buarque, of the leftist PTB and one of the most important figures in Brazilian politics.

"With our speeches today from this rostrum, we will demonstrate to Brazil thinking of a majority of the Senate regarding the policy that is being lived. It's about giving the president power to conduct Rousseff a government of integrity and ethics. We're going up to the podium to tell Dilma 'President, tell us, "reads the website of the Senate.

The decision, unprecedented in Senate history, reveals the seriousness of the crisis is living president, chosen by the president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva as a successor to parties allied to the government. Those in Congress have created a group of five games, added 200 votes capitalized and threaten to boycott their proposals president vote.

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