Brazil’s Supreme Court agrees to investigate Bolsonaro’s role in the storming |  Abroad

Brazil’s Supreme Court agrees to investigate Bolsonaro’s role in the storming | Abroad

A Brazilian Supreme Court judge authorized an investigation into former President Jair Bolsonaro’s role in Sunday’s raid. Supporters of the former president stormed government buildings that day. Brazil’s attorney general’s office asked the Supreme Court for permission on Friday.

Prosecutors are primarily interested in a video that Bolsonaro posted online at the beginning of this week. And questioned the legitimacy of the presidential elections. With this video, “Bolsonaro was going to start publicly committing a crime.”

The video was only released after the break-in. However, prosecutors see enough evidence to launch an investigation into Bolsonaro’s actions before and after the storm.

Bolsonaro supporters stormed the parliament building, the presidential palace and the supreme court on Sunday. Only after a few hours the police took control of the situation. Supporters do not accept the swearing in of the new President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. They believe the presidency has been stolen from Bolsonaro.

A Brazilian senator, like President Lula, believes that Bolsonaro has encouraged hooligans in his speeches. So he wants Bolsonaro back from the United States. The former president left for the United States just before Lula was sworn in.

Justice has been asked to issue an arrest warrant if the former president refuses to cooperate voluntarily.

Bolsonaro was hospitalized on Monday with abdominal pain, but according to a source close to the family, his condition is “not alarming”.

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