The Czech Senate declares President Zeman unable to perform his duties
© Petr David Josek, AP The President of the Czech Republic, Milos Zeman, is escorted by an assistant, while he arrives to light a candle at the Memory of Victims of the Covid Pandemic at Prague Castle, Czech Republic, May 10, 2021. Due to its state of health, Czech President Milos Zeman, was declared unable to perform the exercise. his duties by the President of the Senate.
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The parliamentary inquiry committee (ICC) on the pandemic in Brazil Tuesday approved 26 October the damning report of its six-month investigation, which recommended the indictment of President Jair Bolsonaro for nine crimes, including "crimes against humanity", "prevarication", "quackery" and "incitement to crime".
After dozens of hearings, often poignant, the ICC has accused the government of having "deliberately exposed" Brazilians "a mass contamination." After the vote, the Senate observed a minute of silence for the more than 606,000 Brazilians died of Covid-19. Bolsonaro stubbornly denies the Covid in defiance of
casualties text, which was presented by the rapporteur Renan Calheiros last week, also recommended the indictment of some 80 people, including several ministers, former ministers, companies, and three seniors Bolsonaro son, all elected. The ICC can not go further, its report will be transmitted to the prosecutor's office, the only competent to charge the people she has incriminated.
Brazil: For the Senate, Bolosonaro should be charged with homicide for its management of the coronavirus pandemic
Brazil-Politics-Bolsonaro: Brazil: For the Senate, Bolosonaro should be accused of homicide for its management of the pandemic.
But in the case of Jair Bolsonaro, specialists consider an unlikely charge, since it is the responsibility of the Attorney General, Augusto Aras, an ally of the president. However, the "crime against humanity" could be found to the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Brazilian President antivaccin, anti-pass health and whose popularity is at the lowest, had said last week "guilty of absolutely nothing." "We know that we did the right thing from the beginning," he shouted. The accusations of the ICC should therefore have a particularly symbolic for now, Jair Bolsonaro benefiting also supports the Parliament able to avoid her impeachment. Trump Bolsonaro Johnson: the blinding ray of populist face
coronavirus But the ICC, these crimes are "intentional", the government has deliberately decided not to take measures against the coronavirus, hoping that the population reaches "herd immunity," a "high risk" strategy. The proceedings in particular denounced the "deliberate delay" in the purchase of vaccines, the government preferring promote ineffective treatments such as hydroxychloroquine, with "tragic consequences" for the population.
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© Evaristo SA The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is strongly criticized for his management of the crisis. He is accused of "crime against humanity" by a commission of senators. AFP / EVARISTO SA All Thursdays, Jair Bolsonaro is for Brazilians, live on Facebook. About Brazil, of its work and COVID-19 . His show, without contradictory, is then available in rebroadcast on the platform. But this week, impossible to find his last speaking. She is no longer on Instagram.
The ICC also investigated government responsibilities in the lack of oxygen that killed dozens of patients in Manaus (north), and relations between Brasilia and private mutual health. One of them, Prevent Senior, is suspected of having carried out without the knowledge of his patients, experiences with early treatments and have pressured her doctors to prescribe them "human guinea pigs". His YouTube channel suspended
In the morning, the 11 senators of the ICC had asked the Supreme Court and the prosecution suspension of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram President "until further notice" after he associated the vaccine against AIDS Covid-19, in a video posted last week on social networks.
Political scientist Mauricio Santoro said he was "skeptical" about the possibility. "If it is based on the example of [former US president Donald] Trump would require something very serious, such as the invasion of the Capitol" for Jair Bolsonaro be excluded from Twitter and Facebook. Coronavirus
Covid-19 in Brazil: The Parliamentary Inquiry Commission validates Bolsonaro
indictment of the Parisian The decision is symbolic because the procedure should not go further, but the investigation on the management of the crisis by the Brazilian President continues to override it. Seven of the eleven senators of the Parliamentary Inquiry (ICC) on the pandemic in Brazil approved late Tuesday, October 26, the overwhelming report of its six months of investigation, which recommends the charge of President Jair Bolsonaro for nine crimes, including "crime against humanity".
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The ICC has also asked Jair Bolsonaro "retracts on national television about the correlation between anti-Covid vaccine and infection with AIDS "under penalty of a fine of 50,000 reais (7,700 euros). "We can not tolerate this type of behavior," wrote the senators, also requesting the blocking of access to the president its accounts in order to "prevent the destruction of evidence."
On Monday, the YouTube video platform was suspended for a week chain activities of the President, after having removed the video, as did Facebook and Instagram too. Since coming to power in 2019, Jair Bolsonaro, the bulk of the communication is done on social networks where it has over 40 million subscribers, has regularly disseminated misinformation, many on the coronavirus.
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The UN Ceasefire expressed its "deep concern" in front of the escalation of the conflict in Ethiopia between the rebels of the Tiger and the federal government . © provided by FranceInfo a call to the ceasefire. The UN Security Council expressed on Friday, 5 November its "deep concern" against the escalation of the conflict in Ethiopia which opposes the rebels of the federal government.