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Brazil’s President Michel Temer Denies Hush Money Claim

Thursday, May 18, 2017 2:47
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President Michel Temer of Brazil has denied a newspaper report that he approved payments to silence a possible witness in a corruption inquiry.

He was accused of authorising illicit payments to politician Eduardo Cunha, who was jailed in March for corruption, money laundering and tax evasion.

O Globo newspaper said it had obtained a recording of Mr Temer discussing the payments with a senior business leader.

Almost a third of the cabinet is under investigation for alleged corruption.

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