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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The investigation into the alleged kickback scheme of Rio's Legislative Assembly (ALERJ) employees' wages, the so-called 'rachadinha' (splitting), is expected to progress this year over suspected money laundering through a chocolate store located in a shopping mall and owned by the president´s son Senator Flávio Bolsonaro.

According to sources close to the investigation, Jair Bolsonaro´s other son, city councilor Carlos Bolsonaro, could also . . .

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