By Alexandre Garcia*
(Opinion) The testimony on Tuesday of Brazil's Minister of Justice, Flávio Dino, was not a failure but an anticlimax.
Everyone expected much from this deposition in the Constitution and Justice Commission, presided by former PT president Rui Falcão.
There were many questions, the first ones about the Favela da Maré, a fight started that reached an uncontrollable point, and then the commission's president closed the session.
What was left was a picturesque fact, which I still can't understand.
Behind the minister, to the right of him, a little diagonally, there was an . . .
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