BRASILIA, June 28 (RHC) The Senate committee that oversees the government’s pre-Covid-19 administration (CPI) has announced that it will inform Brazil’s Supreme Court over President Jair Bolsonaro’s crimes, enough to dismiss him.
There is no more serious situation than we have heard so far. In the two cases of impeachment (impeachment) that we have had in the Republican era since 1988, there is nothing serious,” ICC Vice President Randolph Rodriguez told the press in the history of parliamentary commissions of inquiry. .
He reiterated that only challenges heard in the past 30 years, which are not “a third of the gravity of what was seen in this ICC” and even more than were perceived on Friday, should be reviewed, Rodriguez said, convinced that there is enough evidence to impeach Bolsonaro. .
It was announced that day by Federal Representative Luis Miranda and his brother Ricardo Miranda, an official at the Ministry of Health, who reiterated his accusation of alleged irregularities in the purchase of the Covaxin anti-Covid-19 vaccine from the Indian laboratory Bharat Biotech.
The second denounced that in March he had received unusual pressure from the heads of that portfolio to agree to a contract to acquire Covaxin and presented letters he had received with daily pressure from managers and the company for such an acquisition.
The head of the Ministry’s Import Department discussed the matter with the Federal Prosecutor’s Office, which is also investigating the case and identifying suspicions of crime and health risks in the process.
Under pressure from board members, the legislator for his part asserted that Bolsonaro cited Representative Ricardo Barros as the alleged intellectual author of the alleged anomaly in the Covaxin purchase. According to rapporteur Renan Caleros, the day was historic for the commission, which is advancing in another branch of investigations.
With the arrival of the Miranda Brothers, we have empowered the ICC for this great day. We are making progress with respect to those theses in the business plan and are entering into this part of the transfer of public funds, for personal benefit, as assessed by Calheiros.
For the committee chair, Omar Aziz, the gravity of the events in the brothers’ testimony is greater than can be imagined, especially since the congressman appointed as the plan’s director is a government leader in the House of Representatives.
Aziz indicated that the council should consider a proposal by Senator Simon Tibet for a confrontation between the former Minister of Health, General Eduardo Pazuelo, and the officials mentioned in the case.
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