Director General of PRF becomes defendant for administrative impropriety

The general director of the Federal Highway Police (PRF), Silvinei Vasques, became a defendant for administrative impropriety. The judge Jose Arthur Diniz Borgesfrom the 8th Federal Court of Rio de Janeiro, accepted the lawsuit filed by the Federal Public Ministry (MPF) against Vasques.

The MPF presented the request on November 15th and argued that Silvinei Vasques took advantage of his position by, for example, asking for votes for the current president Jair Bolsonaro (PL) in the last elections, in which he was defeated by Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (PT).

The PRF stated in a note that “naturally accompanies the determination of citation” of the director general and that Justice “did not comply with the request made by the ministerial body for immediate removal” in Silvinei Vasques🇧🇷 The corporation also reported that the director general of the PRF is on vacation and therefore cannot say whether he was informed about the decision.

The judge Jose Arthur Diniz Borges gave 30 days for the defendant to present a defense. In last Thursday’s decision, it also determined that the Federal Union has 15 days to manifest itself and ensure that the PRF personnel management informs, until December 7th, “what is the functional situation of the federal road police Silvinei Vaques at the end of the leave of absence🇧🇷

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