brasilia - Brazilian President Michel Temer has no good word for the accusations made to his address. He said on Saturday that he was going to ask the Supreme Court to suspend the corruption investigation because he did not care for the evidence provided.
The public prosecutor said Friday that Temer had violated the investigation into the major fraud scandal (Carwash) and that he might have himself guilty of passive corruption. The newspaper O Globo reported earlier that Temer had agreed to pay silence to Eduardo Cunha, the former parliamentary chairman in prison. That can be heard in a fixed conversation.
According to the president, it was messed up with a bad daylight. 'We must file a petition before the court until the authenticity of that clandestine survey has been established. I'm not allowing Brazil to derail, I'll stay as government leader. '