Mr Bolsonaro himself faces possible charges of negligence over allegations that he ignored irregularities linked to a multi-million dollar contract to buy coronavirus vaccines from India.
He has been accused by opposition politicians of ignoring concerns about the deal when they were flagged to him – something he has denied.
Mr Bolsonaro, and some of his family and friends have also been linked to various investigations since he took office in 2019.
Brazil’s top prosecutor is looking into allegations that President Bolsonaro had tried to interfere with the work of the federal police, who were looking into corruption cases. Mr Bolsonaro has denied this.
‘Brazil is already an example in energy generation, with 83% coming from renewable sources’
It refers to energy supplied to the country’s electricity grid.
Brazil is a world leader in hydro-electric power generation, which is estimated to supply nearly 80% of the electricity grid.
But this is not the same as the total energy mix, which includes other energy sources.
It’s worth saying that the country has been increasing the amount of energy it gets from renewable sources – it went up to 46% in 2019 from less than 39% in 2014, according to Our World in Data figures.