Five Brazilian Parties to Obstruct Congressional Votes Because of “Moro Leaks”

A potential Joint Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry (CPMI) on the case is on the radar. The parties are also examining the option of filing criminal and civil lawsuits.

By Arkady Petrov

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Five opposition parties in the Chamber of Deputies have announced that they will henceforth obstruct the entire voting agenda in the Lower House.

This yet another development resulting from irregularly-obtained and leaked messages disclosed by The Intercept Brasil on Sunday, 9th, regarding an alleged scheme by the former federal judge and current Justice Minister and Sérgio Moro and Lava Jato's federal prosecutors to . . .

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