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56th Legislature of the National Congress

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Template:Infobox legislative term The 56th Legislature of the National Congress is the current meeting of the legislative branch of the Federal Government of Brazil, composed by the Federal Senate and the Chamber of Deputies. It convened in Brasília on 1 February 2019, a month after the start of Jair Bolsonaro's current term as president, and will end on 1 February 2023.

In the 2018 elections, the Workers' Party won the majority of the Chamber with 56 deputies.[1] The Brazilian Democratic Movement kept the majority in the Senate with 12 senators.[2][lower-alpha 1]

Major events[edit source | edit]

  • 1 February 2019: Rodrigo Maia elect president for a third term as leader of the Chamber.[3]
  • 2 February 2019: Davi Alcolumbre elect president for his first term as leader of the Senate.[4][5]
  • 4 February 2019: Joint session of the National Congress to officially inaugurate the 56th Legislature.[6]
  • 10 July 2019: The Chamber of Deputies approves PEC 6/2019 (Social Security Reform).[7]
  • 25 September 2019: Public hearing of sub-prosecutor Augusto Aras for Prosecutor General of the Republic in the Constitution and Justice Committee of the Federal Senate. His appointment was approved by the floor of the Senate on the same day.[8][9]
  • 22 October 2019: Senate floor approves PEC 6/2019 (Social Security Reform).[10]
  • 4 December 2019: Chamber floor approves a substitutive project for Minister of Justice and Public Security Sérgio Moro law project "anti-crime".[11]
  • 3 February 2020: National Congress opens 2nd session of the 56th Legislature with a letter from President Bolsonaro read by Chief of Staff Onyx Lorenzoni.[12]
  • 18 March 2020: Chamber of Deputies approves the declaration of public calamity sent by president Jair Bolsonaro due to the coronavirus pandemic in Brazil.[13]
  • 20 March 2020: Senate approved the declaration of public calamity in its first virtual session presided by senator Antônio Anastasia (PSDB-MG).[14]

Party summary[edit source | edit]

Chamber of Deputies
Senate
Party Chamber of Deputies Senate
Votes % Seats +/– Votes % Elected Total +/–
Social Liberal Party 11,457,878 11.7 52 +44 19,413,869 11.3 4 4 +4
Workers' Party 10,126,611 10.3 56 –13 24,785,670 14.5 4 6 –6
Brazilian Social Democracy Party 5,905,541 6.0 29 –25 20,310,558 11.9 4 8 –2
Social Democratic Party 5,749,008 5.8 34 –2 8,202,342 4.8 4 7 +4
Progressistas 5,480,067 5.6 37 –1 7,529,901 4.4 5 6 +1
Brazilian Democratic Movement 5,439,167 5.5 34 –32 12,800,290 7.5 7 12 –6
Brazilian Socialist Party 5,386,400 5.5 32 –2 8,234,195 4.8 2 2 –5
Liberal Party 5,224,591 5.3 33 –1 3,130,082 1.8 1 2 –2
Republicanos 4,992,016 5.1 30 +9 1,505,607 0.9 1 1
Democrats 4,581,162 4.7 29 +8 9,218,658 5.4 4 6 +2
Democratic Labour Party 4,545,846 4.6 28 +9 7,737,982 4.5 2 5 –3
Socialism and Liberty Party 2,783,669 2.8 10 +5 5,273,853 3.1 0 0 –1
New Party 2,748,079 2.8 8 New 3,467,746 2.0 0 0
Podemos 2,243,320 2.3 11 +7 5,494,125 3.2 1 5 +5
Republican Party of the Social Order 2,042,610 2.1 8 –3 1,370,513 0.8 1 1
Brazilian Labour Party 2,022,719 2.1 10 –15 1,899,838 1.1 2 3
Solidariedade 1,953,067 2.0 13 –2 4,001,903 2.3 1 1
Avante 1,844,048 1.9 7 +5 713,379 0.4 0 0
Social Christian Party 1,765,226 1.8 8 –5 4,126,068 2.4 1 1 +1
Green Party 1,592,173 1.6 4 –4 1,226,392 0.7 0 0 –1
Cidadania 1,590,084 1.6 8 –2 2,954,800 1.7 2 2 +2
Patriota 1,432,304 1.5 5 +3 60,589 0.0 0 0
Humanist Party of Solidarity 1,426,444 1.5 6 +1 4,228,973 2.5 2 2 +2
Communist Party of Brazil 1,329,575 1.4 9 –1 1,673,190 1.0 0 0 –1
Progressive Republican Party 851,368 0.9 4 +1 1,974,061 1.2 1 1 +1
Sustainability Network 816,784 0.8 1 New 7,166,003 4.2 5 5 New
Brazilian Labour Renewal Party 684,976 0.7 0 –1 886,267 0.5 0 0
Party of National Mobilization 634,129 0.6 3 329,973 0.2 0 0
Christian Labour Party 601,814 0.6 2 222,931 0.1 0 1 +1
Free Homeland Party 385,197 0.4 1 +1 504,209 0.3 0 0
Christian Democracy 369,386 0.4 1 –1 154,068 0.1 0 0
Party of Brazilian Women 228,302 0.2 0 51,027 0.0 0 0
Brazilian Communist Party 61,343 0.1 0 256,655 0.1 0 0
United Socialist Workers Party 41,304 0.0 0 413,914 0.2 0 0
Workers Cause Party 2,785 0.0 0 38,691 0.0 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 18,771,737 61,995,824
Total 117,111,476 100.0 513 0 117,111,478 100.0 54 81 0
Registered voters/turnout 146,750,529 79.8 146,750,529 79.8
Source: Election Resources

Leadership[edit source | edit]

Federal Senate[edit source | edit]

2 February 2019 president election[5]
Candidate Votes Percent
Davi Alcolumbre (DEMAP) Green tickY 42 51.85
Esperidião Amin (PPSC) 13 16.05
Angelo Coronel (PSDBA) 8 9.88
José Reguffe (IDF) 6 7.41
Renan Calheiros (MDBAL) 5 6.17
Fernando Collor (PROSAL) 3 3.70
Total: 77 100.00
Also: 4-not voting Source:[5]

Government Bloc Leadership[edit source | edit]

Opposition Bloc Leadership[edit source | edit]

Chamber of Deputies[edit source | edit]

1 February 2019 president election[15]
Candidate Votes Percent
Rodrigo Maia (DEMRJ) Green tickY 334 65.23
Fábio Ramalho (MDBMG) 66 12.89
Marcelo Freixo (PSOLRJ) 50 9.76
João Henrique Caldas (PSBAL) 30 5.86
Marcel van Hattem (NOVORS) 23 4.49
Ricardo Barros (PPPR) 4 0.78
Roberto Peternelli (PSLSP) 2 0.39
Total: 512 100.00
Also: 3-voting blank; 1-not voting Source:[15]

Government Bloc Leadership[edit source | edit]

Opposition Bloc Leadership[edit source | edit]

Independent Bloc Leadership[edit source | edit]

  • PROS Leader: Acácio Favacho (AP)
  • AVANTE Leader: Luis Tibé (MG)
  • PV Leader: Enrico Misasi (SP)

Members[edit source | edit]

Federal Senate[edit source | edit]

Chamber of Deputies[edit source | edit]

Changes in membership[edit source | edit]

Chamber of Deputies[edit source | edit]

State Vacator Reason for change Successor[lower-alpha 3] Date of succerssor's
formal installation
Amapá Vinicius Gurgel (PL) Licensed since 5 December 2019 for medical treatment.
Successor was seated on the same day
Patricia Ferraz (PODE) 5 December 2019
Bahia Josias Gomes (PT) Licensed since 13 March 2019 to become State Secretary of Rural Development of Bahia.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Joseildo Ramos (PT) 13 March 2019
Sérgio Brito (PSD) Licensed from 14 March to 2 October 2019 to become State Secretary of Urban Development of Bahia.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Paulo Magalhães (PSD) 14 March 2019
Paulo Magalhães (PSD) Holder returned to his seat. Sérgio Brito (PSD) 2 October 2019
Nelson Pellegrino (PT) Licensed since 28 November 2019 to become State Secretary of Urban Development of Bahia.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Paulo Magalhães (PSD) 28 November 2019
Ceará Mauro Benevides Filho (PDT) Licensed from 28 May to 1 October 2019 to become State Secretary of Planning and Management of Ceará.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Aníbal Gomes (DEM) 28 May 2019
Aníbal Gomes (DEM) Holder returned to his seat. Mauro Benevides Filho (PSB) 1 October 2019
Espírito Santo Paulo Foletto (PSB) Licensed since 5 February 2019 to become State Secretary of Agriculture, Supply, Aquaculture and Fishing of Espírito Santo.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Ted Conti (PSB) 5 February 2019
Maranhão Rubens Pereira Júnior (PCdoB) Licensed since 25 February 2019 to become State Secretary of Cities and Urban Development of Maranhão.
Second substitute was seated weeks later.
Gastão Vieira (PROS) 19 March 2019
Cleber Verde (REPUBLICANOS) Licensed since 2 December 2019 due to personal reasons.
Successor was seated days later.
Antonio Gonçalo (REPUBLICANOS) 4 December 2019
Josimar Maranhãozinho (PL) Licensed since 11 February 2020 due to medical treatment and personal issues.
Successor was seated days later.
Paulo Marinho Jr. (PL)
Mato Grosso do Sul Tereza Cristina (DEM) Licensed from 1 January 2019 to 9 July 2019 to become Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply.
Successor was seated in the beginning of the Legislature.
Geraldo Resende (PSDB) 1 February 2019
Geraldo Resende (PSDB) Holder returned to her seat. Tereza Cristina (DEM) 9 July 2019
Tereza Cristina (DEM) Licensed from 16 July 2019 to 6 August 2019 to become Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Geraldo Resende (PSDB) 16 July 2019
Geraldo Resende (PSDB) Holder returned to her seat. Tereza Cristina (DEM) 6 August 2019
Tereza Cristina (DEM) Licensed since 8 August 2019 to become Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply.
Second substitute was seated on the next day.
Bia Cavassa (PSDB) 9 August 2019
Minas Gerais Marcelo Álvaro Antônio (PSL) Licensed from 1 January 2019 to 9 July 2019 to become Minister of Tourism.
Successor was seated in the beginning of the Legislature.
Eneias Reis (PSL) 1 February 2019
Eneias Reis (PSL) Holder returned to his seat. Marcelo Álvaro Antônio (PSL) 9 July 2019
Marcelo Álvaro Antônio (PSL) Licensed from 16 July 2019 to 6 August 2019 to become Minister of Tourism.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Eneias Reis (PSL) 16 July 2019
Eneias Reis (PSL) Holder returned to his seat. Marcelo Álvaro Antônio (PSL) 6 July 2019
Marcelo Álvaro Antônio (PSL) Licensed since 8 August 2019 to become Minister of Tourism.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Eneias Reis (PSL) 8 August 2019
Bilac Pinto (DEM) Licensed since 29 August 2019 to becobe State Secretary of Government of Minas Gerais.
Second substitute was seated on the same day.
Fabiano Tolentino (CIDADANIA) 29 August 2019
Paraná Ney Leprevost (PSD) Licensed since 4 February 2019 to become State Secretary of Justice, Labor and Human Rights of Paraná.
Successor was seated on the next day.
Evandro Roman (PSD) 5 February 2019
Sandro Alex (PSD) Licensed since 4 February 2019 to become State Secretary of Infrastructure and Logistics of Paraná.
Second substitute was seated on the next day.
Reinhold Stephanes Junior (PSD) 5 February 2019
Piauí Fábio Abreu (PL) Licensed since 28 March 2019 to become State Secretary of Public Security of Piauí.
Second substitute was seated months later.
Paes Landim (PTB) 11 June 2019
Rio de Janeiro Jean Wyllys (PSOL) Resigned 24 January 2019 due to death threats received by him.
Successor was seated in the beginning of the Legislature.
David Miranda (PSOL) 1 February 2019
Wagner Montes (REPUBLICANOS) Died 26 January 2019.
Successor was seated in the beginning of the Legislature.
Jorge Braz (REPUBLICANOS) 1 February 2019
Fabiana Poubel (PSL) Licensed from 7 August to 24 October 2019 to become State Secretary of Vitimization and Support to the Person with Disabilities of Rio de Janeiro.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Ricardo Perica (PSL) 7 August 2019
Ricardo Perica (PSL) Holder returned to her seat. Fabiana Poubel (PSL) 24 October 2019
Altineu Côrtes (PL) Licensed since 18 December 2019 to become State Secretary of Environment and Sustainability of Rio de Janeiro.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Marcus Gomes (PL) 18 December 2019
Rio Grande do Sul Onyx Lorenzoni (DEM) Licensed since 1 January 2019 to become Chief of Staff of the Presidency.
Successor was seated in the beginning of the Legislature.
Marcelo Brum (PSL) 1 February 2019
Osmar Terra (MDB) Licensed from 1 January 2019 to 9 July 2019 to become Minister of Citizenship.
Successor was seated in the beginning of the Legislature.
Darcísio Perondi (MDB) 1 February 2019
Covatti Filho (PP) Licensed since 12 February 2019 to become State Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock and Rural Development of Rio Grande do Sul
Successor was seated on the same day.
Ronaldo Santini (PTB) 12 February 2019
Marcelo Brum (PSL) Holder returned to his seat. Onyx Lorenzoni (DEM) 9 July 2019
Onyx Lorenzoni (DEM) Licensed from 16 July 2019 to 6 August 2019 to become Chief of Staff of the Presidency.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Marcelo Brum (PSL) 16 July 2019
Marcelo Brum (PSL) Holder returned to his seat. Onyx Lorenzoni (DEM) 6 August 2019
Onyx Lorenzoni (DEM) Licensed since 8 August 2019 to become Chief of Staff of the Presidency.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Marcelo Brum (PSL) 8 August 2019
Covatti Filho (PP) Licensed since 3 February 2020 to become State Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock and Rural Development of Rio Grande do Sul.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Ronaldo Santini (PTB) 3 February 2020
Darcísio Perondi (MDB) Holder returned to his seat. Osmar Terra (MDB) 18 February 2020
São Paulo Guilherme Mussi (PP) Licensed from 13 August to 13 December 2019 due to medical treatment and personal reasons.
Successor was seated on the next week.
Miguel Haddad (PSDB) 20 August 2019
Carla Zambelli (PSL) Licensed from 29 October to 5 November 2019 due to pregnancy.
Successor was not seated.
N/A N/A
Eli Corrêa Filho (DEM) Licensed since 12 December 2019 due to personal reason and medical treatment.
Successor was seated on the next day.
Miguel Haddad (PSDB) 13 December 2019
Jefferson Campos (PSB) Licensed since 16 December 2019 due to personal reasons and medical treatment.
Successor was seated on the next day.
Luiz Lauro Filho (PSDB) 17 December 2019
Luiz Flávio Gomes (PSB) Licensed from 12 February to 1 April 2020. Died on 1 April 2020.
Successor was seated in February 2020 and became holder in April 2020.
Ricardo Silva (PSB) 17 February 2020
Renata Abreu (PODE) Licensed since 3 March 2020 for medical treatment and parental leave.
Successor was seated on the next day.
Sinval Malheiros (PODE) 4 March 2020

Federal Senate[edit source | edit]

State Vacator Reason for change Successor[lower-alpha 4] Date of succerssor's
formal installation
Alagoas Fernando Collor (PROS) Licensed since 3 April 2019 for personal reasons.
Successor was seated on 3 April 2019.
Renilde Bulhões (PROS) 3 April 2019
Renilde Bulhões (PROS) Holder returned to his seat. Fernando Collor (PROS) 1 August 2019
Amapá Lucas Barreto (PSD) Licensed since 16 December 2019 due to health issues.
Successor was seated on the next day.
Paulo Albuquerque (PSD) 17 December 2019
Ceará Cid Gomes (PDT) Licensed since 11 December 2019 for personal reasons.
Successor was seated on the same day.
Prisco Bezerra (PDT) 11 December 2019
Espírito Santo Rose de Freitas (PODE) Licensed since 19 November 2019 due to health issues.
Successor was seated on the next day.
Luiz Pastore (MDB) 20 December 2019
Goiás Ronaldo Caiado (DEM) Resigned on 1 January 2019 to take office as Governor of Goiás.
Successor was seated on the next day.
Luiz do Carmo (MDB) 2 January 2019
Mato Grosso Selma Arruda (PODE) Senator was removed from office by the Director's Board of the Senate after decision of the Superior Electoral Court.
Successor was seated days later.
Carlos Fávaro (PSD)[lower-alpha 5] 17 April 2020

Defections and suspensions[edit source | edit]

Federal Senate[edit source | edit]

Name Date From To Constituency Reason
Alessandro Vieira 20 November 2018 Sustainability Network Cidadania Sergipe Party didn't reach the election threshold, allowing him to leave the party without any penalty.[17]
Fernando Collor 15 January 2019 Christian Labour Party Republican Party of the Social Order Alagoas Party didn't reach the election threshold, allowing him to leave the party without any penalty.[18]
Jorge Kajuru 15 January 2019 Progressive Republican Party Brazilian Socialist Party Goiás Party didn't reach the election threshold, allowing him to leave the party without any penalty. Party was also fused with Patriota after the election.[19]
9 August 2019 Brazilian Socialist Party Patriota Kajuru left the party after disagreements envolving his alignment with President Jair Bolsonaro.[20]
18 September 2019 Patriota Cidadania Senator left the party to look for more seats in the Senate Committees.[21]
Eduardo Gomes 29 January 2019 Solidariedade Brazilian Democratic Movement Tocantins Senator left the party aiming a seat in the Senate Director's Board.[22]
Nelsinho Trad 30 January 2019 Brazilian Labor Party Social Democratic Party Mato Grosso do Sul Left the party stating that he was looking for a "expansion of important political spaces in the House".[23]
Lucas Barreto 30 January 2019 Brazilian Labor Party Social Democratic Party Amapá Joined Social Democratic in January 2019.[24]
Telmário Mota 31 January 2019 Brazilian Labor Party Republican Party of the Social Order Roraima Resigned from the party.[22]
Zenaide Maia Humanist Party of Solidarity Republican Party of the Social Order Rio Grande do Norte Party didn't reach the election threshold, allowing him to leave the party without any penalty. Party was also fused with Podemos.[25]
Eduardo Girão 2 February 2019 Republican Party of the Social Order Podemos Ceará Senator stated he was "looking for more protagonism".[26]
Styvenson Valentim 4 February 2019 Sustainability Network Podemos Rio Grande do Norte Party didn't reach the election threshold, allowing him to leave the party without any penalty.[27]
Lasier Martins 5 February 2019 Social Democratic Party Podemos Rio Grande do Sul Senator stated he left Social Democratic for "personal reasons".[28]
Marcos do Val 14 August 2019 Cidadania Podemos Espírito Santo Joined Podemos in August 2019 after an invitation made by senator Alvaro Dias.[29]
José Reguffe 18 September 2019 Template:Party name with color Podemos Federal District Joined Podemos in September 2019.[30]
Selma Arruda Social Liberal Party Podemos Mato Grosso Resigned from Social Liberal citing "pressure coming from everywhere".[31]
Flávio Bolsonaro 12 November 2019 Social Liberal Party Template:Party name with color Rio de Janeiro Resigned from Social Liberal for the creation of Alliance for Brazil.[32]
27 March 2020 Template:Party name with color Republicanos Joined Republicanos in March 2020.[33]
Antônio Anastasia 12 February 2020 Brazilian Social Democracy Party Social Democratic Party Minas Gerais Resigned from Brazilian Social Democracy in February 2020.[34]
Kátia Abreu 11 March 2020 Democratic Labour Party Progressistas Tocantins Resigned from Democratic Labour in March 2020.[35]

Chamber of Deputies[edit source | edit]

Name Date From To Constituency Reason
Bia Kicis 17 January 2019 Progressive Republican Party Social Liberal Party Federal District Party didn't reach the election threshold, allowing her to leave the party without any penalty. Party was also fused with Patriota.[36]
Alex Santana 17 July 2019 Democratic Labor Party Template:Party name with color Bahia Suspended from the party after disrespecting its decision to vote against the Social Security Reform.[37]
Flávio Nogueira Democratic Labor Party Template:Party name with color Piauí
Gil Cutrim Democratic Labor Party Template:Party name with color Maranhão
Jesus Sérgio Democratic Labor Party Template:Party name with color Acre
Marlon Santos Democratic Labor Party Template:Party name with color Rio Grande do Sul
Silvia Cristina Democratic Labor Party Template:Party name with color Roraima
Subtenente Gonzaga Democratic Labor Party Template:Party name with color Minas Gerais
Tabata Amaral Democratic Labor Party Template:Party name with color São Paulo
Alexandre Frota 13 August 2019 Social Liberal Party Template:Party name with color São Paulo Expelled from Social Liberal in August 2019.[38]
16 August 2019 Template:Party name with color Brazilian Social Democracy Party Joined Brazilian Social Democracy after critics against Bolsonaro administration.[39]
Átila Lira 30 August 2019 Brazilian Socialist Party Template:Party name with color Piauí Expelled from the party after disrespecting its decision to vote against the Social Security Reform.[40]
23 September 2019 Template:Party name with color Progressistas Joined Progressistas in September 2019.[41]
Emidinho Madeira 30 August 2019 Brazilian Socialist Party Template:Party name with color Minas Gerais Suspended from the party after disrespecting its decision to vote against the Social Security Reform.[40]
Felipe Carreras Brazilian Socialist Party Template:Party name with color Pernambuco
Felipe Rigoni Brazilian Socialist Party Template:Party name with color Espírito Santo
Jefferson Campos Brazilian Socialist Party Template:Party name with color São Paulo
Liziane Bayer Brazilian Socialist Party Template:Party name with color Rio Grande do Sul
Rodrigo Agostinho Brazilian Socialist Party Template:Party name with color São Paulo
Rodrigo Coelho Brazilian Socialist Party Template:Party name with color Santa Catarina
Rosana Valle Brazilian Socialist Party Template:Party name with color São Paulo
Ted Conti Brazilian Socialist Party Template:Party name with color Espírito Santo
Alê Silva 17 October 2019 Social Liberal Party Template:Party name with color Minas Gerais Suspended from the party in October 2019.[42]
Bibo Nunes Social Liberal Party Template:Party name with color Rio Grande do Sul
Carla Zambelli Social Liberal Party Template:Party name with color São Paulo
Carlos Jordy Social Liberal Party Template:Party name with color Rio de Janeiro
Alê Silva 21 October 2019 Template:Party name with color Social Liberal Party Minas Gerais Reinstated.[43]
Bibo Nunes Template:Party name with color Social Liberal Party Rio Grande do Sul
Carla Zambelli Template:Party name with color Social Liberal Party São Paulo
Carlos Jordy Template:Party name with color Social Liberal Party Rio de Janeiro
Bia Kicis 12 December 2019 Social Liberal Party Template:Party name with color Federal District Expelled from Social Liberal in December 2019.

By-elections[edit source | edit]

Committees[edit source | edit]

Federal Senate[edit source | edit]

Committee Chair
Agriculture and Agrarian Reform Soraya Thronicke (PSL-MS)
Constitution, Justice and Citizenship Simone Tebet (MDB-MS)
Economic Affairs Omar Aziz (PSD-AM)
Education, Culture and Sports Dário Berger (MDB-SC)
Environment Fabiano Contarato (REDE-ES)
Ethics and Parliamentary Decorum Jayme Campos (DEM-MT)
Foreign Affairs and National Defence Nelsinho Trad (PSD-MS)
Human Rights and Participative Legislation Paulo Paim (PT-RS)
Infrastructure Services Marcos Rogério (DEM-RO)
Regional Development and Tourism Izalci Lucas (PSDB-DF)
Science, Technology, Innovation, Communication and Computing Vanderlan Cardoso (PP-GO)
Social Affairs Romário (PODE-RJ)
Transparency, Governance, Inspection and Control and Consumer Defence Rodrigo Cunha (PSDB-AL)

Chamber of Deputies[edit source | edit]

Committee Chair
Agriculture, Livestock, Supply and Rural Development Fausto Pinato (REPUBLICANOS-SP)
Consumer Defence João Maia (PL-RN)
Constitution, Justice and Citizenship Felipe Francischini (PSL-PR)
Culture Benedita da Silva (PT-RJ)
Defense of Women Rights Luisa Canziani (PTB-PR)
Defense of Elderly Rights Lídice da Mata (PSB-PA)
Defense of People with Disabilities Rights Gilberto Nascimento (PSC-SP)
Economic Development, Industry, Trade and Services Bosco Saraiva (SD-AM)
Education Pedro Cunha Lima (PSDB-PB)
Environment and Sustainable Development Roberto Agostinho (PSB-SP)
Ethics and Parliamentary Decorum Juscelino Filho (DEM-MA)
Finances and Taxation Sergio Souza (MDB-PR)
Financial Supervision and Control Léo Motta (PSL-MG)
Foreign Affairs and National Defence Eduardo Bolsonaro (PSL-SP)
Human Rights and Minorities Helder Salomão (PT-MG)
Labor, Administration and Public Service Professora Marcivania (PCdoB-AP)
Mines and Energy Silas Câmara (REPUBLICANOS-AM)
National Integration, Regional Development and Amazon Átila Lins (PP-AM)
Participative Legislation Leonardo Monteiro (PT-MG)
Public Security and Fight Against Organized Crime Capitão Augusto (PL-SP)
Roads and Transports Eli Corrêa Filho (DEM-SP)
Science and Technology, Communication and Computing Felix Mendonça Junior (PDT-BA)
Social Security and Family Antonio Brito (PSD-BA)
Sports Fábio Mitidieri (PSD-SE)
Tourism Newton Cardoso Junior (MDB-MG)
Urban Development Marco Feliciano (PODE-SP)

Parliamentary Inquiry Committees[edit source | edit]

Committee Reason Chair Rapporteur House Status
Brumadinho dam disaster Investigate the causes of the dam disruption of Mina Córrego do Feijão on 25 January 2019. Rogério Correa (PT-MG) Júlio Delgado (PSB-MG) Chamber of Deputies Active
Illicit practices in BNDES Investigate illicit practices occurred in the Brazilian Development Bank between 2003 and 2015. Vanderlei Macris (PSDB-SP) Altineu Côrtes (PL-RJ) Chamber of Deputies Active
Fake news Investigate the spread of fake news during the 2018 election. Angelo Coronel (PSD-BA) Lídice da Mata (PSB-BA) National Congress Active

Notes[edit source | edit]

  1. As in Brazil the government is formed by a coalition, it is hard for a party to reach the majority of 257 deputies and/or 41 senators. Therefore, the majority party is the one with more members in each house.
  2. In 2018, Miranda was elected a substitute for congressman Jean Wyllys, also a member of PSOL. Since Wyllys announced in January 2019 that he left the country due to death threats, Miranda took Wyllys' place in the Chamber of Deputies.[16]
  3. The successor is always the first substitute available of the party's coalition in the state. He may or may not be from the same party of the first holder.
  4. The successor is always the first substitute available of the party's coalition in the state. He may or may not be from the same party of the first holder.
  5. Carlos Fávaro placed 3rd in the 2018 Senate election, but will serve as Senator until the next special election.

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  13. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  14. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  15. 15.0 15.1 Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  16. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  17. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  18. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  19. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  20. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  21. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  22. 22.0 22.1 Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  23. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  24. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  25. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  26. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  27. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  28. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  29. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  30. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  31. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  32. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  33. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  34. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  35. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  36. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  37. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  38. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  39. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  40. 40.0 40.1 Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  41. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  42. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).
  43. Lua error in ...ribunto/includes/engines/LuaCommon/lualib/mwInit.lua at line 23: bad argument #1 to 'old_ipairs' (table expected, got nil).

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