Former Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso rejected the possibility that his Party Brazilian Social Democracy ( PSDB ), the main opposition force, go to "seek an approach" to "save" the government of the president Dilma Rousseff against the delicate political and social situation in.
"the time is not to seek a rapprochement with the government but with the people, and he wants before anything that happens in clean the case of scandal Petrobras, "he wrote last night, the Social Democratic leader on his Facebook account.
Cardoso, who ruled Brazil between 1995 and 03, argued that any dialogue with the government of Workers Party (PT) at this time would be interpreted by the public as "a scheme to save something that can not be saved."
the possibility of an "approximation" of Cardoso government had been identified by local media that after the disavowal of the former president, interpreted that it wishes to see the size of the opposition demonstrations called for next Sunday before ruling on a possible agreement to support Rousseff.
the government is going through a delicate economic situation determined by the stagnation of production, a sharp rise in inflation and unemployment and devaluation of the national currency.
Similarly, suffers the consequences of the scandal Petrobras, after they unveil that the state company billionaires funds were diverted to finance election campaigns PT and bribe legislators to pass bills promoted by the government.
the Supreme Court (STF, Supreme Court) approved on Friday the Attorney General for to investigate the possible responsibility of 54 politicians-including the presidents of the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies, Eduardo Cunha Renan Calheiros and the siphoning money from Petrobras.
the list includes 22 current deputies and 12 senators, among them former President Fernando Collor de Mello and several leaders who were ministers Rousseff or its predecessor, Luiz Lula da Silva.
But is not the president, who under President Lula was Minister of Mines and Energy and president of the Board of Directors of Petrobras, because, according to the attorney General of the Republic, Rodrigo Janot, "the president, in his term of office, can not be held responsible for acts . strange exercise of their functions "