The latest wave of charges shows that prosecutors from Brazil’s giant “Car Wash” anti-graft probe are gradually closing in on Temer.
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A mild earthquake rippled through Brasilia Monday but the real upheaval will come when the Supreme Court decides this week whether former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva should be imprisoned.Lula, 72, leads in the polls but the leftist former two-term president is fighting desperately to avoid having to start serving a 12-year sentence for accepting a luxury apartment as a kickback from a major construction company.However, the Supreme Court is almost evenly split on the issue, meaning there is still a chance of the rule being changed for Lula.Lula is not the only one causing waves this week.
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