Supreme judge today new complaint against CunhaThe complaint is the alleged refente accounts assigned to him in Switzerland.
O Supreme Federal Court (STF) You must judge today (22) complaint lodged by the Attorney General's Office (PGR) against the president away from the House of Representatives, Eduardo Cunha (PMDB-RJ), for alleged accounts assigned to him in Switzerland. A partir das 14h, the ministers will decide to open the second criminal case against the parliamentary investigations of Operation Lava Jato.
The complaint was lodged in March by the Attorney General of the Republic, Rodrigo Janot. In October last year, the prosecutor of Switzerland to Brazil sent documents showing the source of approximately R $ 9 million found in accounts assigned to Cunha.
According to researchers from Lava Jato, the values may be the result of receiving kickbacks in a Petrobras contract on the purchase of an oil field in Benin, in Africa, valued at over US $ 34 millions.
The wedge woman, Claudia Cruz, He was also cited in the action, but part of the investigation involving the deputy relatives was sent to federal judge Sergio Moro, the 13th Federal Court in Curitiba. The complaint against Claudia was received on 9 of June.
Yesterday (21), Eduardo Cunha again said he is "absolutely convinced" that did not lie to the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPI) Petrobras when provided clarifications on allegations of involvement in the scheme investigated by Lava Jato.
No last day 14, the Ethics Committee of the House of Representatives approved request Wedge mandate revocation for breach of parliamentary decorum. He is accused of lying, in testimony to the CPI, on accounts abroad.
Cunha already responds to criminal proceedings in the Supreme, in which is accused of receiving US $ 5 million bribe by a contract from Petrobras-probes ships. In the third and most recent complaint came before the Court, he is accused of charging bribes to release Investment Fund funds from the Service Time Guarantee Fund (FI-FGTS ) for construction works in the Porto Maravilha, in Rio de Janeiro.