Brazilian Bar (OAB) Recommends Suspension of Officials Named by The Intercept

The organization expresses "concern" and "perplexity" over the content of messages revealed yesterday by "The Intercept" and the likelihood that authorities have been hacked.

By Arkady Petrov

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Federal Council and the College of Sectional Presidents of the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB) unanimously approved on Monday, June 10th, a recommendation for the removal from public office of all those involved in the case of the dialogues between members of Lava Jato, published on the site The Intercept.

The approved public statement does not nominally cite Justice Minister Sérgio Moro or Prosecutor Deltan . . .

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