Federal Police delegates are still looking behind the scenes for an explanation for the emergence of the “tortoise” in the text of the administrative reform presented on August 31st.
The version filed on that date by Deputy Arthur Maia (DEM-BA) brought a change to Article 144 of the Federal Constitution which, in the view of the delegates, took away the investigators’ autonomy.
The text transferred to the director-general of the Federal Police the power to choose the delegates to conduct the inquiries opened by the agency. The excerpt was removed after the Panel showed the inclusion of the article.
Delegates seek to understand the origin of the tortoise to be on the safe side and prevent it from being included in another proposed constitutional amendment or bill in the future.
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