He explained that these people will move from being witnesses to being questioned by the House of Representatives.
The list includes the Minister of Health, Marcelo Quiroga, and former health chiefs Eduardo Pazuelo and Foreign Relations Ernesto Araujo, as well as former Secretary for Social Communications to the Presidency Fabio Wajngarten.
The action indicates, in practice, that Caleros is aware of evidence of crimes on the part of those investigated.
This list was sent to the party’s head, Omar Aziz, and part of it was already expected on Thursday.
It is up to Calheiros, at the end of the work, to prepare an opinion and send any requests for attribution to the prosecution.
The rapporteur did not rule out the possibility of expanding the list in the coming weeks, until the investigation of Bolsonaro.
The International Criminal Court also agreed on Friday that it would require social media companies to withdraw from “life-threatening” statements of their content made by ex-military Bolsonaro.
The deputy head of the commission, Randolph Rodriguez, confirmed that the lawsuit, filed when Brazil approaches 500,000 deaths due to Covid-19, is justified in a demonstration of the president on social networks.
Bolsonaro said infection with the virus is “more effective than a vaccine” and this is “not in dispute.”
For Rodriguez, these assertions “criminally threaten science and public health”, for which they will be removed from the content of companies such as Facebook and YouTube.
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