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In an action filed by the PT, deputy denounced the absence of a link between the former judge and Rosângela Moro with the capital of São Paulo.
For Laísa Dall’Agnol
Updated Apr 29, 2022, 8:58 PM – Posted Apr 29, 2022, 8:52 PM
Former minister and former judge Sergio Moro (União Brasil) – Rui Baron/VEJA
The Electoral Court summoned Sergio Moro (União Brasil) for the former judge to provide explanations about the transfer of his electoral domicile from Curitiba to São Paulo.
The decision, by electoral judge Dimitrios Zarvos Varellis, met the action filed by the federal deputy Alexandre Padilha (PT-SP) and by the PT municipal directory, claiming the cancellation of the transfer of the former minister from Jair Bolsonaro (PL) to the capital of São Paulo.
The magistrate granted a period of up to ten days for Moro to present his defense.
In the lawsuit filed, Padilha alleges that the former judge has no professional bond in São Paulo and that, to prove residency, he would have informed the address of a hotel.
“We have filed an appeal against the transfer of electoral domicile of former judge Sérgio Moro to guarantee the fairness of this year’s election. Everyone knows that the former judge is not from São Paulo and has never established any relationship with São Paulo”, says Laercio Ribeiro, president of the PT municipal directory in São Paulo.
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