A commentator on the program ‘Os Pingos Nos Is’ said that the investigations are not electorally harmful to the president


The Minister of Health, Marcelo Queiroga, stated this Wednesday, 30, that the folder opened an investigation to investigate the allegations of bribes in the purchase of vaccines against Covid-19. Logistics director Roberto Ferreira Dias, named as one of those responsible for allegedly asking for US$1 per dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine, was removed from office. “It’s being investigated. We have set up an investigation that will bring conclusions. But in the meantime, on a precautionary basis, we moved away”, said Queiroga. Asked if he was already aware of other servants who could be involved in the alleged scheme, the minister denied. “It is not known of possible servers. What we did was what fit the opportunity”, he declared. This Thursday, the CPI to Covid-19 approved the call of Roberto Ferreira Dias. The deposition is scheduled for Thursday, 8.

Guilherme Fiuza, program commentator “The Pingos Nos Is”, gives Young pan, said the investigations are welcome and that he sees “rainfalls from several sides” in the acquisition of vaccines. “I always found an environment with a lot of noise. I have always seen precipitation from various sides and dubious assumptions about the start of vaccination. I have always smelled lobbying in the air, which is a legitimate institution, as long as it is done with honesty, with arguments, and not with corruption,” he said. Fiuza says that investigations by the Covid-19 CPI may be positive for the president Jair Bolsonaro. “Do you think that the national hero Renan Calheiros is not great for those who are being criticized by him? The President of the Republic is not losing anything with this, he is gaining. The CPI is harmful to the country, but it is not electorally harmful to the president”, he added.

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