Anti-Corruption Law cannot trample constitutional public freedoms
Vehicle: Revista Consultor Jurídico
Author (s): Hamilton Dias de Souza
It is easy to see that the country's moment is delicate. Just read the newspapers or chat informally with anyone. Economic problems exist, as demonstrated by the devaluation of the real, the increase in unemployment, low productivity and the commented loss of investment grade in the country and in several national companies. However, one cannot confuse the effects to cause, as these problems result from more serious anomalies. It is not a matter of simple financial or monetary difficulties, but of serious legitimacy crisis state-owned, fruit of mistrust in relations between political and economic power, fueled by scandalous cases of corruption.
Source: Advocacia Dias de Souza
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