Politics: The Supreme Court of Brazil blocks the accounts of people suspected of finance "undemocratic" demonstrations.

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Alexandre de Moraes, judge of the Supreme Court of Brazil, ordered the Central Bank to freeze the accounts of 43 natural and moral persons suspected of having financed democratic rallies and roadblocks in The whole country to protest against the electoral victory of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

Among these "illicit" demonstrations is the camp at the army's siege in Brasilia, during which slogans of coup d'etat and military intervention against the institutions were heard. Mr. de Moraes also gave the federal police for ten days to collect the declarations of the suspects.

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of Moraes considers that there is a "repeated abuse of the right of meeting", using it in a "illegal" and "criminal" manner to request the non-recognition of the results of the elections, as the Superior Court has endorsed Electoral (TSE), reports "O Globo".

She also claims that the "coordinated" trip from trucks to Brasilia for an "illegal rally" near army installations "in order to break the constitutional order - including calls for an" intervention Federal " - by an absurd interpretation" of the Constitution, can constitute a crime.

In his decision, Mr. de Moraes referred to the information collected by the Brazilian road police, according to which several businessmen "would finance the anti -democratic acts analyzed", either by catering and accommodation services, or by the supply of these vehicles.

Since October 30, thousands of Jair Bolsonaro supporters have blocks the country's main roads and highways with prayers and calls for military intervention, even using minors as human shields in certain regions.

Bolsonaro had to go out a few days later to disavow them, while Lula Da Silva, the winner of the elections, reproached demonstrators for not even knowing why they protested and demanded a "sporty spirit" to accept the results.

These rallies have left controversial images, like that of dozens of people salvation Nazi on the flag at Santa Catarina, the state where Bolsonaro won 69 % of the votes during the election.

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