Former president of the Brazilian house of commons expelled because of bank accounts
Eduardo Cunha, the man who as president of the Brazilian House of Representatives is the driving force behind the impeachment procedure against president Dilma Rousseff, must be parlementszetel surrender because he secretly loved that he used Swiss bank accounts to idealism.
450 members of parliament voted for his dismissal, only ten people were against it. He may be eight years is nothing in politics.
As soon as Cunha member of parliament, he is not likely to be immediately arrested. Justice wants him for years to prosecute for acceptance of converted millions of euros in bribes.
Cunha has threatened many colleagues to draw into his trap. He wants, in exchange for sentence remissions, a book open about the corrupt practices of other parliamentarians and government representatives. Around three in five members of the House of Representatives are the subject of judicial investigation, says Transparency International.