Brazil urges charges against former central banker

A congressional report published on Tuesday 14 December recommended that Brazil's former central bank president Gustavo Franco and others be indicted on money laundering charges.

Gustavo Franco --central bank president from 1997 to 1999 -- is accused of aiding the laundering of billions of dollars through a Brazilian bank.

The reports authors recommended that charges be laid against Gustavo Franco, the ex-president of the central bank, and the former mayor of Sao Paulo, Celso Pitta.

Among other

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