The attacks on the headquarters of the three powers in Brasilia represented the biggest attack against democracy since the end of the dictatorship and caused serious damage to the historical heritage.
The General Advocacy of the Union (AGU) of Brazil asked the Federal Justice this Thursday to block 6.5 million reais (1.2 million dollars) in assets of 52 people and seven companies, whose names have not been disclosed, which financed the transport of the demonstrators who participated on Sunday in the assault on the headquarters of the three powers in Brasilia.
The attacks, which represented the largest attack against democracy since the end of the dictatorship, caused serious damage to the historical and artistic heritage and to the private spaces where the highest Brazilian authorities work daily.
According to the AGU, the blocked amount will be used to repair the damage caused.
Since Sunday, close than 1,500 people have been arrested for participating in the raids. The Penitentiary Administration Secretariat of the Federal District reported that 904 men and 494 women have been transferred to different prisons.
“Lots of conniving people”
President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (PT) assured this Thursday that he was convinced that the police and the military let the protesters invade the Planalto Palace.
“I am convinced that the door of the Planalto Palace it was opened for people to enter because there is no broken door. It means that someone facilitated your entry. We are going to investigate very calmly and see what really happened,” she said.
Lula said that he wants to see the videos that were recorded inside the buildings. “There were many conniving people. There were many conniving members of the Police, many conniving members of the Armed Forces here,” she asserted.
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