For Hage, Law 12.846 / 2013 brings a clear message: corruption does not pay
Jorge Hage, Chief Minister of the Comptroller General of the Union (Photo: Agência Brasil)
In effect since January 29 this year, although not yet regulated, Law No. 12.846 / 2013 is the most recent piece added to the construction, started in 2003, of the Brazilian Anticorruption System. This is its true meaning, and not that of an isolated initiative, resulting from the 2013 protests, as I have read in misinformed articles. If the protests sensitized Congress, accelerating its approval, great; but do not omit that ex-president Lula sent this project still in 2010.
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