28 de abr de 2014

Military Force: Officers and enlisted in electoral politics

Military Force: Officers and enlisted in electoral politics

Members of the Armed Forces fear facing internal problems by deciding to enter public life far from the barracks

MARCO AURÉLIO REIS
Rio - On the eve of the race this year, members of the Armed Forces fear facing internal problems by deciding to enter public life away from the barracks. For some, the political career may curb military career and even lead to the expulsion of staffing.
Use as an example the situation of retired Army Captain Luis Fernando Ribeiro de Souza. Sought, he said to the column that since announced the decision to enter politics to direct command, found himself in a chase scene. Started with constant exchange of units, until you reach the crime of desertion process and disobedience, when he chose to remain silent during routine health inspection.
At that moment, he had chosen not to produce evidence against him to be evaluated after the accident which refashioned. Currently, he is bound to SIP (Section inactive and pensioners) of the 7th Armored Infantry Battalion / Santa Cruz do Sul (RS). "I was late one day my return from vacation and sent evidence to justify. In a single day prepared all documentation. I am a career soldier and did not respect me, "he said.
Capitanismo
The captain is a leader of 'capitanismo' movement that defends the adequacy of the standards of the Army and the consequent reshaping of the Statute and the Military Penal Code. Luis Fernando also defends flags considered liberal as decriminalization of the presence of homosexuals.
Left
After applying twice, chose not to run in 2014. Or at least until the situation is normalized. The captain is entitled leftmost and said he will support President Dilma Rousseff elections. In 2010, it received the support of Genro and Lula when he was running.
Women in AMAN
"I represent a group of soldiers who seek profound changes in the Army. You need to update some rules to the present day. It is necessary, for example, accept the entry of women in the Military Academy of Agulhas Negras. Who is applying and promoting change, suffer persecution, "he argued.
Another Look
Reserve Captain and federal WITH GOD (PP-RJ) disagreed with the position of Mr Luis Fernando and said there is no persecution for who wish to join the military in political life. "You must respect the Military Staff. You can not advocate for changes that will not be gracing the majority of the troops ". Fonte: Jornal O Dia. Tradução Google