PMDB operator cites payment of R $ 2 million to repay debt Lula's daughter, says TV

Fernando Baiano, He had made the statement.
16/10/2015 11h03 - Updated 16/10/2015 11h06
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The lobbyist Fernando Soares, known as Fernando Baiano, He said it paid 2 million reais to settle a debt of one of the daughters of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. PMDB operator at petrolão, he said that the transfer was charged by a friend of Lula, the rancher José Carlos Bumlai, who sought help to promote the OSX company in the pre-salt exploration. Smith made this statement to the task force Operation Lava jet last month, in winning collaboration agreement, according to the National Journal, TV Globo.

As the newscast, Baiano explained to investigators working for the OSX, shipbuilding company of Eike Batista, He was invited by SeteBrasil to participate in contracts that would be closed with Petrobras. both, Baiano said he enlisted the help of Bumlai and Lula himself held meetings with the summit SeteBrasil in favor of OSX.

negotiations, However, They did not work, but José Carlos Bumlai would have charged a commission of yet 3 million reais to pay a Lula's daughter – she would have a debt, a portion of a property, to be removed. According to TV Globo, Baiano claimed to have passed 2 million reais to Bumlai through a fake contract equipment rental of an entrepreneur's company.

Lula denied the news program acting as an intermediary companies and said it never authorized Bumlai to lobby on its behalf. According to PT, none of his four daughters received money from Baiano.

Lobby – This Thursday, Lula had to give explanations to the prosecutor about the nebulae joints made over the years for the benefit of national companies. as expected, He denied having interfered with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) in favor of the construction company Norberto Odebrecht, whose executives are part of the extensive list of defendants Lava Jet. Even so, the PT attempted to justify the lobbying in favor of Brazilian companies and said “always sought to expand opportunities for disclosure of such companies abroad, with a view to generating employment and foreign exchange for Brazil”.


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