The two comissions will be meeting in thirty minutes to decide the calendar of events and a time frame. Congress has not been given a time limit as they are concidered a seperate organization and cannot be forced into delibration in a certain time frame.
Congress can decide this will wait until after elections or they can convene immediately.
Which ever way is decided both sides have agreed to support the decision. This releases tremendous pressure on Congress and they are required to decide based on previous decisions.
This tells me most likely a return will be based on the court trial. In otherwords, he won´t return. He is guilty...most of us know he is guilty as we watched his crimes unfold on live television.
He has to face his crimes there is no amnesty. So my question is how is he going to manage this? He will be arrested when he leaves the embassy of Brazil that is without doubt. In fact, he basically signed agreement to this by agreement of no amnesty and no delaying of charges.
I think perhaps he just was tired and was willing to sign almost anything to end this. He seems to think that he will be returned immediately, but that isn´t what the agreement says. I have to wonder how quietly he will go if Congress says no to restitution? Congress should say no to restitution...we are too close to the end and it is too close to take the chance.