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Lava Jato omitted Lula’s dialogues to prevent his inauguration in the Civil House and overthrow Dilma
The new chapter of Vaza Jato reveals that police and prosecutors have omitted dialogues from former President Lula that prove that they never intended to shield themselves from Lava Jato investigations. Lula intended only to guarantee the governability of former president Dilma Rousseff. With the manipulation of the dialogues, which were leaked by Sergio Moro to Globo, the Lava Jato changed the history of Brazil, preventing the possession of Lula, overthrowing Dilma and allowing the rise of fascism represented by Jair Bolsonaro.
247 – The dialogues held by former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in 2016, when he could have been Minister of the Civil House, demonstrate that his intention was never to shield himself from the Lava Jato – a thesis used by Sergio Moro to leak the illegal staple. then president Dilma Rousseff for Globo. Lula intended only to ensure Dilma’s governance – which would be absolutely lawful and normal. However, such dialogues were omitted precisely because they contradicted Moro’s thesis to manipulate public opinion. By only partially disclosing the audios, the Lava Jato helped prevent Lula from taking office as minister, toppling President Dilma through fraudulent impeachment and allowing the rise of neo-fascism represented by Jair Bolsonaro. This is the new chapter of Vaza Jato.
“Conversations of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (PT) recorded by the Federal Police in 2016 and kept confidential ever since weaken the thesis used by today’s minister Sergio Moro to justify the most controversial decision he made as judge over Lava Jato “, points out the new report by Folha in partnership with Intercept. “Other intercepted police calls that day, kept under wraps by investigators, questioned the hypothesis adopted at the time by Moro, who left the judiciary to take over the Ministry of Justice under the Jair Bolsonaro (PSL) government.”
“The dialogues, which include talks by Lula with politicians, trade unionists and then Vice President Michel Temer (MDB), reveal that the petista told different interlocutors that day that he was reluctant to accept Dilma’s invitation to be minister and only accepted him. after pressure from allies, the former president mentioned the ongoing investigations only once to direct one of his lawyers to tell journalists to seek him out that the sole effect of the appointment would be to change his jurisdiction case, thanks to the guarantee of forum for ministers in the Supreme, “the report also points out.
Moro’s illegal staple was released by Globo on March 16, 2016. Based on conversations released by the former judge, STF Minister Gilmar Mendes annulled Lula’s inauguration two days later, on March 18. As the political crisis deepened, the House approved the opening of the impeachment process in April and removed Dilma from office, the report recalls.