The President of Brazil refused to answer the police questions in the case of corruption
According to lawyers, the refusal Michel Temer from testimony is that law enforcement agencies have strayed from the subject of the investigation.
RIO DE JANEIRO, June 10. /Offset. TASS Darya Yuryeva/. Protection of the President of Brazil Michel Temer appealed to the Federal Supreme court (WEF), the country with the request to cancel the questioning of the head of state and close commenced against him the corruption investigation. As reported by the Internet portal UOL, the leader of the largest South American country have not answered one of the 82 questions posed to him by the police in the allotted time.
According to lawyers, the refusal of the President to testify is that law enforcement agencies have strayed from the subject of the investigation.
Temer became the target of a number of abuses and violations against his personal rights and his position as a national leader. This jeopardizes the maintenance of law and order and the very existence of a democratic state.Lawyers Michel Temer
5 Jun the Federal police of Brazil gave the President 82 questions that he must answer under interrogation on charges of corruption. As President Temer has the right not to meet with investigators in person and give them written answers. It was initially reported that the Brazilian leader is obliged to do so within 24 hours from the time you get these issues, but then at the request of defense specified period was extended until 17:00 local time (23:00 GMT) on 9 June. The judge FVS Edson Fuckin said that Temer has the right not to answer those questions are deemed correctly formulated.
In mid-may in the largest South American country sparked the corruption scandal, which directly affected the President. Brazilian entrepreneurs — brothers, Lesli and Wesley Batista — handed in FVS an audiotape on which Temer allegedly asked to bribe the former Chairman of the lower house of Parliament Eduardo Qunu, the initiator of the impeachment who held the post of President Dilma Rousseff. According to the investigation, money intended for “buy silence” Cunha. Police also have video footage of one of the closest advisers of Temer — Rodrigo Rocha Loures — puts a large sum of money in a suitcase.
After that several opposition politicians have written to the Chairman of the lower house of Parliament Rodrigo Maia request for impeachment of the President. In addition, in respect of Temer, an investigation was initiated on items such as corruption, obstructing justice and organization of criminal community. In turn, the head of state rejected the charges of attempted bribery of Mustelids and appealed to the court for termination of the investigation. According to Temer, compromising his record “is bogus”, since the dialogue has been edited.