Three Brazilian senators filed a lawsuit with the Supreme Court on Monday to investigate whether the president Jair Bolsonaro committed the crime of “prevarication” by failing to report suspicions of corruption in the purchase of vaccines against coronavirus covid-19.

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Among the three legislators is Randolfe Rodrigues, vice president of the Parliamentary Investigation Commission (CPI), installed two months ago to investigate alleged omissions by the government in the fight against the pandemic that has already left more than half a million dead in Brazil.

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