For Malu Gaspar, columnist for the newspaper O Globo, the revelation made last Tuesday (30) by the Uol report will make little difference between 79% of the electorate that, according to Ipec data, is already decided on the vote for president.
“Polls are showing that a very large number of voters have already decided their vote, so, as much as people make contact with this information, I doubt they will change back at this point, even because the case of the crack is a known case”, he evaluates.
Large purchases with cash, such as those made by the Bolsonaro clan, raise suspicions of money laundering precisely because they make it difficult to trace. That’s what researcher Fabiano Angélico explains in an interview with the podcast The Subject. This Wednesday (31), the PF asked the Federal Court to investigate whether Ana Cristina Valle, the president’s ex-wife, committed money laundering by buying a mansion in Brasília worth R$3.2 million.
In the rachadinhas scandal – an irregular practice, which consists of hiring public servants by imposing part of their salary – Senator Flávio Bolsonaro, the president’s son, is appointed by the Public Ministry of Rio de Janeiro as the head of a criminal organization that He worked in his office during the period in which he was a deputy of the State Legislative Assembly (Alerj), between 2003 and 2018.
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The suspicions, according to Malu, have so little effect on the president’s electorate that not even his opponents mentioned it during the first presidential debate.
“This is not because politicians are nice, but because they are seeing that this is not having an echo in polls. So, unfortunately, we are treating it as if it were part of the landscape when it is not.”