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Brazil's top court to consider Temer prosecutor's recusal

Brazil's Supreme Court was scheduled Wednesday to start considering a demand by President Michel Temer for the recusal of the chief prosecutor leading a corruption case against him. Temer's lawyers argue that the prosecutor general, Rodrigo Janot, is mounting an "obsessive persecution" and that he is "greatly exceeding the constitutional and legal limits." This comes as Janot is expected to file criminal charges against Temer before he leaves his post and hands over to a new chief prosecutor on Monday.
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