Supreme Court Justice Halts Lawsuits Targeting Flávio Bolsonaro in Queiroz Case

The investigation concerns the "salary splitting" scheme (when civil servants kick back some of their salary to the politician who hired them) alleged to exist in the office of the President's eldest son when he was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Justice Gilmar Mendes, of the Supreme Court (STF), decided on Monday, September 30th, to suspend proceedings involving the breach of confidentiality of Senator Flávio Bolsonaro in the Queiroz case.

The investigation concerns the "splitting" scheme (when civil servants kick back part of . . .

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