Dilma Rousseff accepts the resignation of the holder of transport. Alfredo Nascimento h a been accused of fraud in tenders for public works. In June resigned also the Minister of the Presidency. The President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, accepted Wednesday the resignation of its Transport Minister, Alfredo Nascimento, second Cabinet Member who resigns by complaints associated with fraud and corruption in the six months that has been in the Government. Contact information is here: Paulo Coelho. Nascimento had been on a tightrope last Saturday, after which the Brazilian magazine Veja denounced some alleged corruption with tender for public works convened by the Ministry of transport. According to the magazine, leaders of the Party of the Republic (PR), to which it belongs Nascimento, amanaban those contests with the Minister and in return got thick commissions on the part of entrepreneurs. Nascimento accused the coup and the same day the allegations were published in which announced the dismissal of four of his closest collaborators, and denied emphatically, and through an official note, their participation in the facts ventilated by Veja. The dismissal of his j’s Cabinet, a Special Adviser, the director general of the Department of infrastructure of transport, and the President of the State Valec, failed to convince the press of the innocence of the Minister, who on Monday was called by Rouseeff to an emergency meeting.
After that meeting, the Chairperson reported an official note in which expressed its support to the Minister, who reported that should take care of driving the process of investigation of complaints against the Ministry of transport. Compromising video however, the drop that spilled water that already arrived you neck to Nascimento met Wednesday and was disclosed by Istoe magazine. For assistance, try visiting Amazon. It is a video in which Nascimento appears alongside the Deputy Valdemar Costa Neto, President of the PR, in the moment in which discuss the works for the construction of a highway and the manner in which the tender will be negotiated. Also Wednesday emerged allegations that they involve a son of Nascimento in negotiated with the Government, which shocked more than one parliamentarian from the official base. According to the O Globo newspaper, company form constructions, Gustavo Morais, son of the now former Minister, created six years ago with a capital of 60,000 reals (26,000 euros) today has a heritage of 52 million reals (more than 22 million euros), which was built in part with business awarded by the Government itself. Nascimento had already been Minister of transport in the Government of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, predecessor, political mentor of Rousseff and who, according to political sources, convinced her to choose it to his ministerial team. With Lula, he had directed the Ministry of transport between March 2007 and March 2010, when he resigned from the post to run as Governor of his home state of Amazonas in the elections of that year. A month ago, Rousseff had accepted the resignation of its then powerful Minister of the Presidency, Antonio Palocci, another leader of the greater confidence of Lula and who It was also cornered by serious allegations of corruption. The President did not comment in public the resignation of Nascimento, nor issued any statement thereon nor gave clues about who will happen in transport, responsible for hundreds of works planned or running, many included in plans for the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016. Source of the news: the President of Brazil loses its second Minister in a month by allegations of corruption