‘CPMI will remove the names of many people from the SPC of Crime’
Senator Magno Malta (PL-ES) said that the Joint Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPMI) of January 8 aims to remove the names of thousands of Brazilians from the “SPC of Crime”. In an interview with the Oeste Sem Filter program this Thursday, 25, the parliamentarian stated that the Judiciary has put innocent people behind bars.
“All those who are in prisons need to be heard”, stressed Malta . “The opposition wants to clarify the truth. Millions of Brazilians have had their freedoms unfairly curtailed. Some pay a high price.”
In the interview, the senator also mentioned the difficulties of setting up the CPMI, criticized the decisions of the Minister of Justice and Public Security, Flávio Dino, and did not rule out calling ministers from the Federal Supreme Court (STF ) .
The first requirements of the CPMI
The CPMI of January 8th has already received 19 applications. Officially, ten documents were filed by Senator Izalci Lucas (PSDB-DF). Another nine belong to two Psol deputies: Érika Hilton (SP) and Pastor Henrique Vieira (RJ).
Among the requests proposed by Izalci are the summons of former Minister Anderson Torres, former Secretary of Public Security for the Federal District; and the General Delegate of the Federal Police, Andrei Augusto Passos Rodrigues.
In addition to asking for Torres to be summoned, the Psol deputies requested a meeting of CPMI members with Minister Alexandre de Moraes, of the STF.
The left-wing parliamentarians also asked for the summoning of General Heleno, former minister of the Institutional Security Office (GSI); and Mauro Cid, former assistant to former President Jair Bolsonaro. So far, however, no request summoning Bolsonaro has been filed.