Brazil’s bishops denounce corruption following allegations against president
May 24, 2017
The National Conference of Bishops of Brazil has issued a statement denouncing corruption following bribery allegations against President Michel Temer.
“Such accusations require rigorous inquiry, always in accordance with the constitutional guarantees,” the bishops stated. “Vigilance and political participation of our communities, social movements and society as a whole, can greatly contribute to clarifying the facts and defending ethics, justice and the common good.”
- "For ethics in politics", even the Bishops denounce corruption in Brazil (Fides)
- Brazilian President Michel Temer, accused of bribery, says he will not resign (CNN)
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