Parliamentarian participated in a criminal transaction hearing this Monday, 28, about an act of contempt committed at the IML in Rio de Janeiro; at the time, the deputy refused to wear a mask.

Maryanna Oliveira/Chamber of DeputiesParliamentarian was arrested again last week for not paying a R$ 100,000 bond set by the Federal Supreme Court and for failing to comply with precautionary measures

the federal deputy Daniel Silveira (PSL) will remain detained in the Special Prison Battalion (BEP) of the Military Police in Niterói, metropolitan region of Rio de Janeiro. This Monday, 28, there was a criminal transaction hearing that dealt with an act of contempt committed by the congressman during the first arrest that took place this year. The politician refused to wear a protective mask at the headquarters of the IML in Rio. At the hearing, he reached an agreement for the deputy to pay a fine of around R$20,000 and to get rid of the denouncement of contempt. The deadline for making the payment ends on Wednesday, 30. The congressman was arrested again last week for not paying a R$ 100,000 bond set by the Supreme Court and for failing to comply precautionary measures imposed by the minister Alexandre de Moraes so that, in March, the deputy could serve house arrest. The next hearings on the case of Daniel Silveira have no deadline, which means that the congressman must remain detained indefinitely. When he was arrested last week, the politician tried to escape the federal police by jumping over the wall of the house where he lives, but was captured by agents.

*With information from the reporter Rodrigo beam

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