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Sarney é homenageado por Vik Muniz como pioneiro do nepotismo sustentável - Rio+20

Sarney é homenageado por Vik Muniz como pioneiro do nepotismo sustentável - Rio+20 | Corruption in Brazil | Scoop.it
Elogiado pela preservação das tradições populares em seu Estado, o Amapá, Sarney aproveitou a oportunidade para anunciar uma conferência no Maranhão. “O evento debaterá o nepotismo sustentável e se chamará Sarney+200″, explicou o senador, enquanto empregava 47 parentes na Cúpula dos Povos.
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Brasil tem cinco nomes em ranking mundial de corrupção - Brasil - Notícia - VEJA.com

Brasil tem cinco nomes em ranking mundial de corrupção - Brasil - Notícia - VEJA.com | Corruption in Brazil | Scoop.it
Maluf é um dos 4 brasileiros em lista de corrupção...
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Americas Quarterly - Survey Finds Corruption in Latin America Declining

Survey results released yesterday suggest corruption in Latin America has abated slightly due to stronger corporate ethics rules and enforcement of anti-corruption laws in the region. Miller & Chevalier and Matteson Ellis Law’s 2012 Latin America Corruption Survey, completed by 439 respondents in 14 countries, found that Chile and Uruguay are perceived to be the least corrupt countries, while Venezuela, followed by Bolivia, Argentina and Mexico, is seen as the most corrupt. Brazil, which has the largest economy in the region, fell somewhat in the middle.

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Shaming the unshameable

Shaming the unshameable | Corruption in Brazil | Scoop.it

Publication of the data angered public-sector unions, which claimed it put their members at risk of theft or kidnap. Taxpayers doubtless feel that the robbery has been inflicted on them. But São Paulo is one of the better-governed bits of Brazil, and even more shocking revelations are in store. The president, Dilma Rousseff, is using a freedom-of-information law passed last month, originally aimed at uncovering atrocities under Brazil’s military dictatorship, to expose the fat salaries of politicians and bureaucrats.

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Bastidores da CPI do Cachoeira | Humor Político

Bastidores da CPI do Cachoeira | Humor Político | Corruption in Brazil | Scoop.it
Pizza, Bastidores, muito humor na CPI do Cachoeira...
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