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PT asks Supreme Court to investigate coup advocates


PT asks Supreme Court to investigate coup advocates

Brasilia, Aug 19 (Prensa Latina) The Workers Party (PT) of Brazil asked the Supreme Court to investigate businessmen who are proposing a coup d'état if former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is elected in October.
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According to the website of the PT bench in the Chamber of Deputies, Speaker Reginaldo Lopes; the party’s president Gleisi Hoffmann, and Minority Whip in that parliamentary house, Alencar Santana, filed criminal notices in the Supreme Federal Court against those businessmen.

Businessmen allied to the ultra-right-leaning president Jair Bolsonaro propose, in a Whatsapp group to stage a coup d’état if Lula wins at the polls on October 2.

Such document from PT leaders was sent to Minister Alexandre de Moraes, also president of the Superior Electoral Court.

Metropolis news website published an article on Wednesday with records of conversations of businessmen Luciano Hang, owner of Havan; Afrânio Barreira, of the Coco Bambu Group; Ivan Wrobel, of the W3 Engineering construction company; Marco Aurélio Raymundo, Morongo, owner of the Mormaii (surf) brand, and Marlos Melek, Labor judge in the TRT9, of Paraná.

During their chats, all the pro-Bolsonaro proxies openly defend the rupture of democracy in Brazil if the PT returns to power. For the PT legislators the messages calling for a coup are immoral and conspire against the Democratic Rule of Law.


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