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Brazilian president's accusations of corruption ..

Post by rocky on Fri 19 May 2017, 1:37 am

Brazilian president's accusations of corruption ..

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Brazilian President Michel Tamer has admitted trying to pay money to a potential witness in the country's biggest corruption case to silence his testimony, according to a leading businessman.
Tamer admitted Wednesday that he had met with businessman Giuseppe Batista, president of JBS in March, but denied any role in the alleged efforts to prevent the former speaker of the House of Representatives Eduardo Konya from giving testimony, Reuters "newspaper or" Globo ".
The newspaper reported that Batista recorded Tamer's talk about the amount of "silencing" presented to Konya, and the report did not specify what they asked Konya to keep silent about.
"You need to address this, do not you?" Tamer said in an interview recorded in his reply to Batista about paying money to Konya to remain silent.
Konia, once a strong member of the ruling party, has said he has sensitive information about senior politicians linked to a widespread political bribery scandal within state oil company Petrobras.
Batista and his brother, Wesley Batista, chief executive of JBS, the world's largest meat company, have filed for prosecution in the context of bargaining negotiations conducted since March for a reduced sentence.

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