By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Lawyers for Brazil’s President, Michel Temer, asked on Tuesday for Supreme Court (STF) to bar the country’s top prosecutor, Rodrigo Janot, from taking part in any investigation related to the president. According to Temer's defense is ‘bias in his actions against the president’.
Last month, Janot charged President Michel Temer with the crime of passive corruption. The indictment was based on investigations of recordings made by former JBS’s CEO Joesley Batista during a late-night meeting with the president in March.
The charges were submitted by . . .