Brazilian president needs to account for alleged corruption
The Brazilian president, Michel Temer must be responsible to the federal police about his possible involvement in a major political corruption scandal.
That the supreme court has Tuesday determined according to the newspaper O Globo. The police have ten days time to formulate questions. These questions need to Temer and then, within 24 hours.
Executives of JBS SA, the largest meat processing company in the world, in a confession of guilt in exchange for sentence remissions said that Temer to bribe a potential witness in the so-called Car wash case tolerated.
In addition, they would be the president the last few years almost 4.5 million euro bribe paid.