How each senator voted in the session that approved the PEC de precatório

The Senate approves the PEC of precatório in two rounds. Due to modifications, the text returns to the Chamber of Deputies. Photo: Jefferson Rudy / Senate Agency

The plenary session of the Senate approved the PEC de precatório on Thursday (2), in the second round, by 61 votes to 10, in addition to one abstention. In the first round, the dossier was approved by 64 votes in favor, 13 against and two abstentions.

Among other things, the proposal allows the federal government to defer a large part of the debts arising from court decisions that it would have to pay in 2022 and beyond, and changes the rule for correcting the spending limit. The change is expected to generate a slack of around R $ 106 billion in the ceiling, which guarantees a larger contribution to the Auxílio Brasil program and the readjustment of spending in the budget.

Broad support for the PEC on Thursday was secured after changes made by the proposal’s rapporteur in the Senate, the Leader of the Government at Casa Fernando Bezerra (MDB-PE). One of the main points that secured approval was the restriction so that the resources that must come with the PEC be used for electoral purposes or rapporteur’s amendments. The Senate linked the entire fiscal space open to the sub-ceiling for the payment of court orders in Auxílio Brasil and social security.

Find out how each senator voted in the session below:

Who voted in favor of the PEC precatório (61 votes)


Mailza Gomes (PP)

Marcio Bittar (PSL)


Fernando Collor (Pros)

Rodrigo Cunha (PSDB)


Eduardo Braga (MDB)

Omar Aziz (PSD)

Plínio Valério (PSDB)


Davi Alcolumbre (DEM)

Lucas Barreto (PSD)


Angelo Colonel (PSD)

Jacks Wagner (PT)

Otto Alencar (PSD)


Chiquinho Feitosa (DEM)

Federal District

Izalci Lucas (PSDB)

Holy Spirit

Marcos do Val (We can)

Rose of Freitas (MDB)


Jorge Kajuru (We can)

Luiz do Carmo (MDB)

Vanderlan Cardoso (PSD)


Roberto Rocha (PSDB)

minas Gerais

Antonio Anastasia (PSD)

Carlos Viana (PSD)

Mato Grosso do Sul

Nelsinho Trad (PSD)

Simone Tebet (MDB)

Soraya Thronicke (PSL)

Mato grosso

Carlos Fávaro (PSD)

Jayme Campos (DEM)

Wellington Fagundes (PL)


Jader Barbalho (MDB)

Paulo Rocha (PT)

Zequinha Marinho (PSC)


Daniella Ribeiro (PP)

Nilda Gondim (MDB)

Vital Venetian do Rêgo (MDB)


Fernando Bezerra Coelho (MDB)

Jarbas Vasconcelos (MDB)


Eliane Nogueira (PP)

Elmano Ferrer (PP)

Marcelo Castro (MDB)


Flavio Arns (We can)

Oriovisto Guimarães (We can)

Rio de Janeiro

Carlos Portinho (PL)

Flávio Bolsonaro (PL)

great northern river

Zenaide Maia (Pros)


Marcos Rogério (DEM)

Maria Eliza (MDB)


Chico Rodrigues (DEM)

Mecias de Jesus (Republicans)

Telmário Mota (Pros)

Rio Grande do Sul

Lasier Martins (We can)

Luis Carlos Heinze (PP)

Paulo Paim (PT)

Santa Catarina

Darius Berger (MDB)

Speridion Amine (PP)


Alessandro Vieira (Citizenship)

Maria do Carmo Alves (DEM)

Rogério Carvalho (PT)

São Paulo

Giordano (MDB)

José Anibal (PSDB)

Mara Gabrielli (PSDB)


Eduardo Gomes (MDB)

Iraq (PSD)

Katia Abreu (PP)

Who voted against the PEC (10 votes)


Randolfe Rodrigues (Network)


Eduardo Girão (We can)

Federal District

Leila Barros (Citizenship)

Reguffe (We can)


Oriovisto Guimarães (We can)

Holy Spirit

Fabiano Contarato (Network)


Eliziane Gama (Citizenship)

Weverton (PDT)

great northern river

Styvenson Valentine (We can)


Acir Gurgacz (PDT)

Who was absent in the 2nd round or could not vote


Sérgio Petecão (PSD) – voted “yes” in the 1st round


Renan Calheiros (MDB) – voted “no” in the 1st round


Cid Gomes (PDT) – voted ‘no’ in the 1st round

minas Gerais

Rodrigo Pacheco (PSD) – Chairman of the Board of Directors (not voting)


Zequinha Marinho (PSC) – absent


Alvaro Dias (We can) – voted ‘no’ in the 1st round


Humberto Costa (PT) – voted ‘yes’ in the 1st round

Rio de Janeiro

Romário (PL) – voted ‘yes’ in the 1st round

Santa Catarina

Jorginho Mello – voted ‘yes’ in the 1st round

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