September 20, 2021

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Eduardo Bandera de Mello is punished by Flamengo's board of directors

Eduardo Bandera de Mello is punished by Flamengo’s board of directors

board of directors flamingo He decided, at a meeting on Monday, to punish the former club president Eduardo Bandera de Milo With 90 days of absence from membership, which prevents him from running for election in Robro Negro in the next five years. The vote was attended by 84 members, and the vote ended as follows: 52 in favor, 30 against, one difference, and one invalid. Bandera, in a statement, defended himself and said he would appeal the decision.

The defendants tortured the club’s statutes to find a way to get rid of Flamengo’s membership and the electoral process. In a politically motivated operation, I was punished for the crime of opinion. I am proud to be on the other side of them. I will appeal the decision and I am sure I will be in Javea in December to vote for my candidate – said Bandera de Mello.

The investigation was opened due to statements made by Bandera de Mello, in 2020, in which he stated that the fire that killed 10 youths from the base squad “could not have occurred during his tenure”. in season, Eduardo Bandera de Mello spoke to LANCE Report! He stressed that he did not offend anyone.

Bandera de Mello’s announcement is attributable to the planning that took place during his administration, and that core divisions will start using accommodations for Unit 1 of CT from Ninho do Urubu, in Vargem Grande, from January 2019, no longer containers. On February 8, 2019, a fire broke out in one of the units and 10 athletes from the club’s youth teams were killed.

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In May 2021, Judge Marcos Augusto Ramos Peixoto, of the 36th Criminal Court of Rio de Janeiro, received a complaint against eight of the 11 denounced by prosecutors. In January, including former President Eduardo Bandera de Mello, Ninho’s fire. In the decision, superintendent Marcos Vinicius was acquitted and their complaints were dismissed by Carlos Novale, the former head of the base and current transitional director, and Luiz Felipe Bondi, the engineer at Flamengo.

Fire’s Nest: Victims and Agreements Made by the Club

The fire at the headquarters of the Flamengo teams, on February 8, 2019, killed Ethila Picasso (14), Arthur Vinicius (14), Bernardo Pesetta (14), Christian Esmerio (15), Gedson Santos (14) and Jorge Eduardo Santos. (15), Pablo Henrique (14), Riquelmo de Sousa (16), Samuel Thomas Rosa (15), Vitor Izias (15). There were 16 other guys on the CT scan, and three (Kawan Emmanuel, Francisco Diogo and Jonatha Ventura) were injured, but they recover and remain at the club.

On December 23, 2020, Flamengo announced – in a note posted on its official website – that it had made agreements with relatives of eight Nest victims: Arthur Vinicius, Athila Paixao, Bernardo Pesetta, Gedson Santos, Jorge Eduardo, Samuel and Pablo. Henrique, Victor Isaias and Riquelmo’s father. In addition to Rykelmo’s mother, who sued the club in court, there is still an agreement with Christian Esmério’s family. All 16 survivors also made deals with Flamingo.

Check out the full note from EDUARDO BANDEIRA DE MELLO:

Despite what some believe, the flamingo has no owner. What the group I’ve been part of has done to change the direction of the club in 6 years of work seems to bother some even today. The accused tortured the club’s statutes to find a way to get rid of Flamengo’s membership and the electoral process.

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In a politically motivated operation, conducted on the basis of vices and arbitrariness, and without any technical or legal rigor, I was punished for the offense of expressing an opinion. I am proud to be on the other side of them. I will appeal the decision and am sure I will be in Javea in December to vote for my candidate.

Throughout the 125 years of Flamengo’s victorious history, field victories have never helped mask petty situations and attempts to restrict freedom within the club. To the thousands of people who have shown their solidarity with me in one way or another over the past few days, I leave here my deepest thanks. Flamingo belongs to all of us.