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Moraes extends investigation against Daniel Silveira for another 60 days

Minister Alexandre de Moraes, of the Federal Supreme Court (STF), today (2) extended the investigation opened for another 60 days to determine whether federal deputy Daniel Silveira (PTB-RJ) committed the crime of disobedience for having violated the monitoring of the electronic anklet. Moraes extends investigation against Daniel Silveira for another 60 days

According to the minister, a Federal Police report showed that there were unjustified occurrences due to the end of the battery and two violations per inclusion area.

“Considering the need to continue the investigations, notably with regard to obtaining the registration data of the users of the IPs determined, so that it is possible to present the physical locations from where access to the Chamber of Deputies system was made, under the terms requested by the Federal Police, I extend the present investigation for another 60 days”, Moraes decided.


Daniel Silveira’s defense alleges that the parliamentarian cannot be the target of measures that may restrict the mandate, as decided by the Court in the judgment of the Direct Action of Unconstitutionality 5,526, in 2017.

According to the lawyers, in cases of judicial measures that have an impact on the parliamentary mandate, the decision must be voted on by the Chamber of Deputies within 24 hours, as in cases of arrest.

However, Moraes did not submit his decision that determined the monitoring to Congress because he understands that the measure does not interfere with the mandate.

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