RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Incumbent deputies and senators have in recent days attempted to block the establishment of two parliamentary inquiry committees (CPI) in Congress.
The Lava-Toga CPI in the Senate, investigating the actions of Supreme Court justices, and the Vaza-Jato CPI in the lower house - coordinated by the opposition to investigate the conversations between then Judge Sérgio Moro and Lava Jato prosecutors - have been troubling the Planalto because there is apprehension about the possibility that investigations could spill over into the government and its allies.
A third CPI, concerning Fake News, already installed, is now being . . .