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Genoino recebe alta e deixa hospital em Brasília

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL:  Jose Genoino (C), former Workers' Party (PT) president, announces his resignation during a press conference in a hotel, in downtown in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 09 July 2005. With Genoino's resignation, President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's party lost yet another top official to the corruption scandal that has been accusing it of paying deputies to secure their support in Congress.   AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA  (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL: Jose Genoino (C), former Workers' Party (PT) president, announces his resignation during a press conference in a hotel, in downtown in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 09 July 2005. With Genoino's resignation, President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's party lost yet another top official to the corruption scandal that has been accusing it of paying deputies to secure their support in Congress. AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)

O ex-deputado federal José Genoino acaba de deixar o Instituto de Cardiologia, em Brasília. Segundo o seu irmão, o líder do PT na Câmara dos Deputados, José Guimarães (CE), o petista havia sido internado nesta manhã após sofrer um pico de pressão alta e dores no peito.

De acordo com o boletim médico divulgado nesta tarde pelo hospital, Genoino foi submetido a exames e recebeu alta. O hospital informa que ele deu entrada na emergência da instituição para avaliação cardiovascular na tarde de hoje.