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Brazil Ex-President, Fernando Collor De Mello, Bags 106 Months Imprisonment For Brib£ry And Money L@undering



Brazil  ex-president, Fernando Collor de Mello, has been reportedly sentenced to eight years and ten months in prison for brib£ry and money l@undering.

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German news agency (dpa) reports that the 73-year-old ex-president was sentenced by Brazil’s Supreme Court on Thursday, June 1.


Collor de Mello, who was the president from March 1990 until December 1992, received around 30 million reais (US$6 million) in bribes from a subsidiary of state-run oil company Petrobras, according to the court.


Brazil’s current President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was sentenced to a long prison term in 2017 for corr¥ption and money laundering and spent 580 days in prison. The Supreme Court later overturned the sentence.

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