governor of Paraná for two terms, between 2011 and 2018, Beto Richa (PSDB) will try to get back into politics via the Chamber of Deputies. The toucan, who was arrested three times between 2018 and 2019 as part of state justice investigations, will contest this year’s election a little poorer: his assets reported to the Electoral Justice dropped 71% compared to what he declared four years ago, when was not elected senator, going from 4.8 million reais to 1.4 million reais.
The bulk of Beto Richa’s assets corresponds to BRL 621,000 in shares in Saggezza Administradora de Bens and BRL 602,850 in a fixed income investment at Itaú. He also reported 92,981 reais of a bank deposit, 50,000 reais for a 2007 Harley Davidson motorcycle, 12,224 reais in a savings account at Itaú, 9,156 reais referring to an investment in Santander and 5,772 reais for a bond in the Iate Clube de Caiobá (PR) .
Much of the difference between the assets presented by Richa in 2018 and 2022 comes from the 3.2 million reais that the toucan had reported four years ago as “Credit arising from a loan”, without further details, and which are now not included in the report. declaration. As in 2018, he did not present any property in his information to the Electoral Court – in 2010 and 2014 he had five apartments, valued at 568,552 reais.