Temer’s latest denounce is related with passive corruption for the big donation made by the chairman of the JBS meat processing plant Joesley Batista
First Brazilian president denounced for corruption in full exercise of his functions, Michel Temer ”has no conditions” to govern Brazil, said the former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
The best option is that Temer himself called for new elections so that the country can achieve the peace and democracy it needs, said the founder and leader of the Workers’ Party (PT).
Lula insisted on his defense of immediate direct elections and stressed that after the parliamentary-judicial coup against constitutional president Dilma Rousseff, last year, things are getting worse.
Brazil was a country that became an international protagonist and ‘today Temer is received in Moscow by the director of the airport, and then arrives in another place (Norway) and is received by the third vice minister,’ he deplored in statements to Radio Itatiaia, in the state of Minas Gerais.
That prestige gained earlier ‘is ending by mediocrity, by a foolish blow,’ insisted the former president and reiterated that society needs to believe that tomorrow can be better.
Temer was denounced last night for passive corruption by the head of the Attorney General’s Office (PGR), Rodrigo Janot, for the big donation made by the chairman of the JBS meat processing plant Joesley Batista.
In March, the businessman recorded a compromising conversation with the head of the Government, which also led to the opening of two other investigations against Temer: obstruction of justice and criminal association.