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Leaked Tapes Suggest Brazil Senators Ousted President To Quash Corruption Probe

26.5.16

Leaked Tapes Suggest Brazil Senators Ousted President To Quash Corruption Probe:

[huffingtonpost.com] Sérgio Machado, who is also the ex-president of the transportation arm of state-run oil giant Petrobras, has been under investigation in the two-year-long probe of a bribe scheme involving Petrobras contractors and politicians.


A leaked conversation between Machado and Senator Romero Juca on Monday caused the first major crisis for interim President Michel Temer, who took office earlier this month after President Dilma Rousseff was suspended to face an impeachment trial.


The recordings suggested Juca sought to obstruct the corruption probe, leading Juca to step aside from the Planning Ministry.


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