Brazilian Congressional Report Calls for Rejection of Charges Against Temer

This is the second time that a Congressional report has recommended that charges of corruption against President Temer be rejected by the Lower House.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – President of Brazil, Michel Temer, recorded a victory on Tuesday (October 10th) as a report by the Chamber of Deputies recommended that the latest charges against the Brazilian leader for obstruction of justice be rejected by the Lower House.

This is the second time charges against Temer are reviewed, and rejected, by the Chamber. Calling it ‘spurious allegations, without credibility’ House Representative Bonifacio de Andrada stated no just cause for the continuation of the criminal action against the President.

Andrada was chosen to be the rapporteur in the committee created . . .

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