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Brazil Bar Association Wants Justice Minister Sergio Moro Removed

WorldNews Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Brazil Bar Association Wants Justice Minister Sergio Moro RemovedThe Brazilian Bar Association on Monday, 10 June, called for the suspension of the justice minister Sergio Moro. This came after a series of reports alleging that as a crusading anti-corruption judge he coordinated with prosecutors in the case that led to the conviction and jailing of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. The group also recommended that all the prosecutors involved be suspended "so that the investigation can run without any suspicions." Also Read: Brazil’s Indigenous People Protest for Land and Cultural Rights The Intercept Report and Leaked Messages Online news magazine The Intercept on Sunday published articles...
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Brazil's Bar Association calls for Sergio Moro's suspension after report suggests former judge was 'biased'.

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