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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Rio de Janeiro Regional Electoral Prosecutor's Office (PRE) submitted its closing arguments in two cases against the mayor of Rio, Marcelo Crivella, and candidates for federal or state deputies, arguing for their ineligibility for public office during eight years, based on alleged abuse of power - political and religious - and "forbidden conduct" - the use of municipal assets and resources for electoral purposes.

The lawsuits concerned were filed in 2018 and relate to two events - a meeting called 'Café da Comunhão' (Communion Coffee) on July 4th at the City Palace and a meeting with COMLURB . . .

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