In Brazil, an 11-member Senate committee will vote on a lengthy report suggesting that the country’s president be punished criminally.
The 1,200-page report is the outcome of an 11-month inquiry into Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro’s administration’s handling of the COVID-19 outbreak. According to the research, Bolsonaro should face a number of charges, including crimes against humanity, misappropriation of public finances, and incitement to commit crime.
The Senate committee has also requested the country’s Supreme Court to ban Bolsonaro from using social media after he claimed that coronavirus vaccines cause AIDS.
Bolsonaro apparently claimed that persons who had been properly vaccinated were contracting AIDS at a higher rate than expected. The films in question have been removed from social media networks, with Facebook removing them and YouTube suspending the president while also removing the footage in question.
According to Reuters, the committee has requested access to Bolsonaro’s internet activity records. Senators decided, according to reports, to request data from Google, Twitter, and Facebook dating back to April 2020.