The lava flow is over, some mourn, some celebrate. He turned out to be a hidden subject during the election season.
Lula celebrated the UN committee report, approved by a majority, but with a relevant dissenting vote.
Jair Bolsonaro has provoked the judiciary, surfing over public criticism of the Supreme Court’s “excesses” that have overturned and rehabilitated PT’s opponent, who has been leading the vote for nine months.
At a dinner table in Brasilia on Wednesday, there was a subtle reminder of the vitality of the legislature recently rescued from the rubble of Lava Jato.
The next day, the Speakers of the House and Senate retaliated in public. In a personal fight against the STF, Bolsonaro was shown the limits of his enthusiasm. The excuse was the new reference made by the candidate for re-election at a rally in Palacio do Planalto on the eve of the presumption of postponement of the election.
He concludes with a misleading argument: “Do not assume that a possible postponement of an election will be for the President only, for the Senate, for the House, if anything unusual.” There followed a tradition of criticism of the Bolsonarista fantasy, which was published by Senate President Rodrigo Pacheco and Arthur Lira of the Chamber on their respective social networks.
Last night, in Florianopolis, the lira was honored by traders. From the vice-president of the Federation of Industries, he heard criticism of the judiciary – “the law needs to be followed, not the will of the interpreters of the law”.
The symbiotic relationship of interest with the re-election candidate embarrassed Lira and her partner at the Centrao Condominium, Minister Ciro Noguira (Casa Civil), and Liberal Party owner Valdemar Costa Neto.
Bolsonaro has led their government and, above all, a parallel budget of rare transparency.
They have at least 30 billion races to inspire the government to stay together, which helps candidates disclose to the judiciary in isolated times when they are considered relevant.
This does not mean that they fully agree with Bolsonaro, but that their authoritarian fantasies have been used effectively in the relationship between Congress and the Supreme Court.
The total number of MPs in the STF who depend on punishment is three hundred. On the other hand, in addition to the one Bolsonaro presented last year, there are three dozen requests for impeachment of Supreme Court judges in the Senate, which were immediately rejected by Senator Rodrigo Pacheco.
This congressional ballet will go through the election season, with the leaders of Centaur, the most influential parliamentary group in the investigation of Mansalo and Lava Jato, showing a boxing strategy: to defend and hit whenever possible. Be careful that no one gets knocked out. Because the crisis is bad for business.