Senator Alessandro Vieira (Cidadania-SE) filed, this Monday (20), a request for the Covid Parliamentary Inquiry Commission (CPI) to summon Jair Renan Bolsonaro, younger son of President Jair Bolsonaro (no party), to testify to the commission. This afternoon, the heir provoked parliamentarians into their social networks.
Showing a drawer full of weapons (which cannot be identified as replicas or real weapons), Jair Renan wrote: “Hello, CPI kkkkk”. On Twitter, Vieira responded to the president’s son. “I submitted a request to summon Mr. Jair Renan, so that he can personally say hello to the CPI and provide clarification on his links with lobbyist Marconny Faria and alleged threats to lawmakers. The law applies to everyone.”
I submitted a request to summon Mr. Jair Renan, so that he can personally say hello to the CPI and provide clarification on his links with lobbyist Marconny Faria and alleged threats to lawmakers. The law applies to everyone. pic.twitter.com/eOJrqx06Bi
— Senator Alessandro Vieira (@Sen_Alessandro) September 20, 2021
Jair Renan is in the crosshairs of the CPI of the Pandemic because of his relationship with Marconny Faria, the lobbyist for Need Medicines. He would be the company’s contact at the Ministry of Health, for a R$ 1 billion contract in vaccines.
Faria would have helped Jair Renan to start a company, according to documents obtained by the CPI of the Pandemic. Messages exchanged between the two, by Whatsapp, which were delivered to parliamentarians by the Federal Police, show more than a hundred messages.
Recently, Jair Renan moved to a house valued at R$ 3.2 million, in Brasília. The president’s son shares the mansion with his mother, Ana Cristina Valle, who is already summoned by the CPI to explain his relationship with Marconny Faria.
Valle is also accused of being the operator of the split scheme in the office of her son, Carlos Bolsonaro (Republicanos), councilor of Rio de Janeiro. She was the parliamentarian’s chief of staff and employed seven other family members there.
Edition: Vinícius Segalla