SÃ O PAULO—The acting president of Brazil’s reduce house reversed on Tuesday his choice to annul the impeachment approach against President Dilma Rousseff, which is now most likely to take place later this week as previously anticipated.
In a brief statement, Waldir Maranhã o, the acting president of the Chamber of Deputies, supplied no reason to suspend his earlier choice to annul the approach.
Mr. Maranhã o, in a surprise step on Monday, moved to annul the lower house’s April 17 selection to send the impeachment approach to the Senate for a probable trial, alleging that a lot of deputies had announced their choices ahead of time, depriving Ms. Rousseff of a fair hearing.
In the April 17 vote, the Chamber of Deputies supported impeachment by 367 to 137.
The Senate is scheduled to commence voting on Wednesday on no matter whether to put Ms. Rousseff on trial. If the Senate votes to do so, she would be suspended from workplace for up to 180 days even though the proceedings go forward.
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