After decision, Arthur Lira determines that deputy resumes mandate

After decision, Arthur Lira determines that deputy resumes mandate

The president of the Chamber, deputy Arthur Lira (PP-AL) determined this Friday (3) that deputy Valdevan Noventa (PL-SE) resume his mandate. The decision was published in the Official Gazette of the Chamber of Deputies after a monocratic decision by Minister Nunes Marques, of the Federal Supreme Court (STF).After decision, Arthur Lira determines that deputy resumes mandate

In the act, Lira removed deputy Márcio Macêdo (PT-SE), who took over from Valdevan Noventa. The congressman had lost his mandate in April, after having his mandate revoked by the TSE for abuse of economic power.

For Nunes Marques, Valdevan Noventa could not be punished by guidance from the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) that were not yet in force in 2018. According to the magistrate, the retroactive application of the understanding established in 2020 violates the fundamental guarantees regarding the protection of trust and the legal security of the electoral process.

The injunction of Nunes Marques must still be analyzed by the other ministers of the STF.

Francischini delegate

In another decision, Nunes Marques suspended yesterday (2) the decision of the TSE that canceled the mandate of state deputy Delegate Francischini (PSL-PR). With Marques’ decision, the mandate of the deputy must be reinstated.

The congressman was impeached by the Electoral Court in October last year and appealed to the Supreme Court to maintain his mandate. According to the decision of the TSE, Francischini made untrue statements about fraud in electronic voting machines during the electoral campaign. In his decision, Nunes Marques argued that it is not possible to prove that the transmission made by the deputy on social networks had an impact on the normality or legality of the elections.

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