Federal Government dismissed 43 military personnel who worked at Alvorada Palace and Granja do Torto.
Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has indicated the existence of collusion, noting that "there were many accomplices, accomplices in the Military Police, accomplices in the Armed Forces. I am convinced that the doors of the Planalto Palace were opened from the inside because they were not broken."
The poor state of the presidential residence has been denounced by Lula and first lady Rosângela Lula da Silva, who last week exposed to the press the deterioration of the property after the departure of former president Jair Bolsonaro.
On January 8, supporters of the far-right Bolsonaro stormed Congress, the Planalto presidential palace, and the Supreme Court by refusing to recognize Lula's victory in the October elections and advocating a coup d'état.