BRASILIA (Reuters) – Covid’s CPI in the Senate approved this Thursday the breaking of the fiscal secrets of the government leader in the Chamber of Deputies, Ricardo Barros (PP-PR), of the Bolsonaro family lawyer, Frederick Wassef, and asked for fiscal and financial data of responsible for sites identified as disseminators of fake news.
Barros’ request for breach of tax confidentiality requires, within two calendar days, the list of companies in which he participates, whether as administrator, manager or partner, billing and information on invoices, among other points.
In Wassef’s case, the breach of confidentiality requirement follows the mold of what Barros had as a target. A request was also approved to send the CPI access and entry records to the buildings of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate.
Applications linked to people linked to sites identified as disseminating false news approved on Thursday request data transfer to the Financial Activities Control (Coaf).
According to Agência Senado, those responsible for sites such as Instituto Força Brasil, Renova Mídia, Terça Livre, Jornal da Cidade Online, Political Connection, National Critique, Senso Incomum, in addition to a series of profiles on social networks, are targeted.
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