Brothers were arrested during Operation Lava Jato and became informants of the scheme involving BNDES and the J&F group.
The Minister of Agriculture, Carlos Favaro, invited a committee of 88 businessmen and representatives of agribusiness entities to accompany President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s trip to China next week.
The group’s members are brothers Wesley and Joesley Batista, from the J&F Group, who even signed a plea bargain during the Lava-Jato investigation.
The brothers, arrested in 2017, were responsible for accusations that affected, in particular, former President Michel Temer and Congressman A . . .