The Judiciary ordered the parliamentarian to pay R$2,000 in legal fees for taking legal action without “foundations” edit
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247 – The 20th Federal Civil Court of the Judiciary Section of the Federal District extinguished a lawsuit filed by federal deputy Nikolas Ferreira (PL-MG) against senator Eliziane Gama (PSD-MA). The Judiciary ordered the parliamentarian to pay R$2,000 in legal fees for taking legal action without “foundation”. The information was published this Thursday (7) by Mônica Bergamo’s column.
The Bolsonarista asked the parliamentarian to present documents and proof of payments made to five blogs, remunerated from the quota for carrying out the senator’s parliamentary activity. According to the deputy, the procedure was necessary so that “alleged irregularities” could be tracked.
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The Federal Public Ministry (MPF) declared itself in favor of terminating the action, stating that information about payments is public and can be consulted on the Senate’s transparency portal. “It is possible to access each of the invoices relating to expenses declared by senators”, highlighted the MPF.
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