Opposition removes Josué from Fiesp; allies say there is no legal validity

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Unions that oppose Josué Gomes at Fiesp approved, this Monday afternoon, his removal from the body’s presidency.

According to his interlocutors, Josué presided over an assembly in which he did not rule out his dismissal. He would have left the place with his supporters after the answers he gave to questions about his management were considered unsatisfactory by the majority.

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He was questioned, for example, about the manifesto in favor of democracy released during the electoral campaign with the support of Fiesp and for his proximity to Lula.

After his departure, the opposition to him opened a new assembly and approved his dismissal.

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There were 47 votes in favor of removing him from office in a universe of 112 unions.

Josué’s allies told CNN that the removal has no legal validity.

He took the post in place of Paulo Skaf, appointed as the political operator of the movement to remove him.

Josué is the son of José Alencar, who was Lula’s deputy between 2003 and 2010 and is close to the PT. Skaf, in turn, is close to former president Jair Bolsonaro.

Source: CNN Brasil

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