Brazil’s President Temer is Charged with Corruption, Again

Top prosecutor, Rodrigo Janot, accuses Temer and allies of corruption and of being part of a criminal organization within the government.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL- With only two days left before stepping down as Brazil’s top prosecutor, Rodrigo Janot, presented to the country’s Supreme Court on Thursday (September 14th) new charges against Brazilian President Michel Temer.

Janot accuses the President as well as some current and former aides and allies of obstruction of justice and being part of a criminal organization.

“As members of the Brazilian Democratic Movement Party (PMDB), with free and conscious will, in a stable, professionalized preordained, with defined structure and with distribution of tasks, were included to the political . . .

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