Brazil’s Top Prosecutor Asks Permission to Question Temer

The country's new prosecutor, Raquel Dodge, states no one is above the law.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Less than a month in her post, Brazil’s new top prosecutor, Raquel Dodge has asked the country’s Supreme Court for permission to obtain testimony from President Michel Temer in an investigation where he is suspected of passive corruption and money laundering. Temer is investigated for allegedly issuing a decree to benefit company Rodrimar.

Dodge wants Temer’s testimony as well as Presidential Palace entry records of those . . .

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