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Brazil's VP faces impeachment proceedings

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Brazil's VP faces impeachment proceedings

  Brazilian Vice President, Michel Temer, applauds during his attendance to a seminar entitled "Prepare for plan 2016 and overcome the crisis" in the framework of 2015 "Exame Forum", in Sao Paulo, Brasil, on Aug. 31, 2015. (Xinhua/Rahel Patrasso)

  BRASILIA, Dec. 10 (Xinhua) -- Brazilian Vice President Michel Temer faced an impeachment process filed by independent deputy Cabo Daciolo on Thursday.

  In a supporting document, Daciolo said that Temer violated the Fiscal Responsibility Law by signing decrees, which illegally authorized financial loans.

  After a week in which President Dilma Rousseff has been facing attempts to impeach her, her main coalition partner Temer, who has hinted strongly he will join the push to the impeachment process, has to face his own impeachment. Daciolo asked for his proposal to be added to the impeachment proceedings against Rousseff.

  The attack against Rousseff criticized her for alleged fiscal malpractice last year. According to Daciolo, Temer should be impeached for having signed off on the very same maneuvers.

  This new twist added a new complex element to Brazil's delicate political situation.

Brazil's VP faces impeachment proceedings

  Image taken on June 8, 2011, of Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff (R), and Brazil's Vicepresident, Michel Temer (L), taking part during the launching ceremony of the Strategic Border Plan, in the Planalto Palace, in Brasilia, Brazil, on Dec. 8, 2015. (Xinhua/Andre Dusek/AGENCIA ESTADO)

  Should Rousseff and Temer both be impeached, the third person in the line of succession is Eduardo Cunha, president of the Chamber of Deputies. Cunha, who allowed the opening of impeachment proceedings against Rousseff, has also been facing an investigation by the Chamber's ethics committee for corruption, which might see him lose his position.

  The Brazilian Court of Audit has found irregularities in the 2014 transfer of funds from the National Treasury to public banks to cover the government's social programs.

  This move was denounced as repaying a credit from public banks to the central government, which is forbidden by Brazil's Law of Fiscal Responsibility.

  The government has refuted this evaluation, saying this situation occurred during brief periods before the banks were compensated and the balances were restored.

  Brazil's VP faces impeachment proceedings

  English.news.cn 2015-12-11 22:23:40

Brazil's VP faces impeachment proceedings

  Brazilian Vice President, Michel Temer, applauds during his attendance to a seminar entitled "Prepare for plan 2016 and overcome the crisis" in the framework of 2015 "Exame Forum", in Sao Paulo, Brasil, on Aug. 31, 2015. (Xinhua/Rahel Patrasso)

  BRASILIA, Dec. 10 (Xinhua) -- Brazilian Vice President Michel Temer faced an impeachment process filed by independent deputy Cabo Daciolo on Thursday.

  In a supporting document, Daciolo said that Temer violated the Fiscal Responsibility Law by signing decrees, which illegally authorized financial loans.

  After a week in which President Dilma Rousseff has been facing attempts to impeach her, her main coalition partner Temer, who has hinted strongly he will join the push to the impeachment process, has to face his own impeachment. Daciolo asked for his proposal to be added to the impeachment proceedings against Rousseff.

  The attack against Rousseff criticized her for alleged fiscal malpractice last year. According to Daciolo, Temer should be impeached for having signed off on the very same maneuvers.

  This new twist added a new complex element to Brazil's delicate political situation.

Brazil's VP faces impeachment proceedings

  Image taken on June 8, 2011, of Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff (R), and Brazil's Vicepresident, Michel Temer (L), taking part during the launching ceremony of the Strategic Border Plan, in the Planalto Palace, in Brasilia, Brazil, on Dec. 8, 2015. (Xinhua/Andre Dusek/AGENCIA ESTADO)

  Should Rousseff and Temer both be impeached, the third person in the line of succession is Eduardo Cunha, president of the Chamber of Deputies. Cunha, who allowed the opening of impeachment proceedings against Rousseff, has also been facing an investigation by the Chamber's ethics committee for corruption, which might see him lose his position.

  The Brazilian Court of Audit has found irregularities in the 2014 transfer of funds from the National Treasury to public banks to cover the government's social programs.

  This move was denounced as repaying a credit from public banks to the central government, which is forbidden by Brazil's Law of Fiscal Responsibility.

  The government has refuted this evaluation, saying this situation occurred during brief periods before the banks were compensated and the balances were restored.

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