Bolsonaro confesses that refused to grant paid by the Friboi 162 deputies in elections 2014

The company invested R $ 361 million in election 2014, equivalent to the sum of the official contributions of the five largest contractors caught in Petrolão Lava Jato.
18/03/2017 14h31 - Updated 19/03/2017 15h36
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JBS entered the target of the actions of the Federal Police on Friday (17). The company invested R $ 361 million in election 2014, equivalent to the sum of the official contributions of the five largest contractors caught in Petrolão Lava Jato. Do total, R$ 115 million of JBS went to PT, R$ 61 million for the PMDB and R $ 56 million for the PSDB.

The giant meat contributed to 162 MEPs. In February, CPI from BNDES, which holds 27% of the refrigerator capital, It ended without this even being heard. of 27 members of the CPI, 20 They had been supported by the company - whose holding Meirelles chaired by turning Finance Minister Michel Temer.

The only deputy who refused to receive money from JBS Jair Bolsonaro, who was then the PP. The Party came to make $ 200 thousand in the deputy's account, but he returned it when he learned the source of the contribution.

Note Bolsonaro

In the election campaign 2014, the Progressive Party, deliberately and without my consent, deposited the amount of R $ 200.00,00 in my election account, the donation of transfer of title made by JBS - S / A (Friboi) the National Directory.

By identifying the Giver Originating, immediately oficiei the Party and made a full refund of the amount stating that would not accept any donations from private companies.

Unfortunately, in bad faith or ignorance of some, only part of the accountability available on the TSE website has been exposed with the clear intention of compromising my conduct.

(access: Revenue Campaign): http://migre.me/sOqa4
(access: Letter to the Party): http://migre.me/sOqc8
(access: Expenses Campaign:), http://migre.me/sOqds


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