MP points out slush fund and abuse of economic power in process that should impeach Sergio Moro

MP points out slush fund and abuse of economic power in process that should impeach Sergio Moro
MP points out slush fund and abuse of economic power in process that should impeach Sergio Moro
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Judgment has been brought forward to next Thursday

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247 – The Public Ministry (MP) highlights the abuse of economic power in the process that aims to revoke the mandate of the suspected former judge and senator Sergio Moro (União Brasil-PR). The Regional Electoral Court of Paraná (TRE-PR) changed the trial date for the two actions to the 8th, a Thursday.

The accusations, brought by the Liberal Party (PL) and the Brazilian Federation of Hope, made up of PT, PCdoB and PV, point to possible irregularities committed by Moro during his campaign for the Senate.

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The MP argues that Moro benefited from resources and exposure in two parties and different candidacies, which would have given him an undue advantage over other competitors. Among the allegations are unaccounted expenses, such as the politician’s membership ceremony with Podemos, which should be considered pre-campaign investments, he points out. report of Conjur.

Furthermore, the case report details possible slush fund involvement, including the hiring of a law firm belonging to Luis Felipe Cunha, Moro’s first deputy, in the amount of R$1 million, paid by União Brasil.

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Initially, Moro planned to run for President for Podemos, but ended up running as a candidate for federal deputy for São Paulo and, finally, ran for the position of senator for Paraná.

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