Triple list sent to Dilma Rousseff shows interest in fighting the billion dollar market in corruption in Brazil


A expressive vote of the current attorney general, Rodrigo Janot, in an election held by National Association of Public Prosecutors (ANPR) this Wednesday (5), shows that, at least within the category, the level of objections to the work to combat corruption is quite small.

It is undeniable that Janot's role in conducting part of the work of the Operation Lava Jet, which investigates a wide scheme of payment of bribes by contractors to executives of the Petrobras, helped the prosecutor to gain prominence and, consequently, approval by the public opinion. Therefore, it was not surprising that 81% of the voting voters chose it.

Source: Brasil Post website (06/08)


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