The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Rodrigo Maia (DEM-RJ), was the speaker Brazil Ideas Seminar, which took place this Friday (9) in Rio de Janeiro. Directed by VOTO Magazine.
Federal intervention in state security, structural reforms and the electoral scenario were some of the issues addressed by the congressman and pre-candidate for the Presidency of the Republic.
During the event, Edson Vismona, president of ETCO and FNCP, presented to the president of the Chamber of Deputies the Manifesto of the Movement in Defense of the Brazilian Legal Market. which deals with “Security and Development”, with specific proposals for public security and tax policy.
Without an agreement between the government and the opposition, the vote on Provisional Measure 703, which deals with leniency agreements under the Anticorruption Law, was once again postponed. The decision practically buries the MP, since the text would have to be approved by Congress until the 29th, when it expires.
Source: Valor Econômico newspaper (10/05)
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By saying “no” to the corrupt and to corruption, you help the prosecutor to fight impunity in 21 countries
Ibero-American Public Ministries in 21 countries launched the campaign #CORRUPTIONNOT, which aims to mobilize the largest number of people around a simple idea: the first step to end this problem is to say “NO”To any corrupt attitude.
Another objective of the campaign is to publicize the important role of public prosecutors in fighting corruption in their respective countries.
The time has come to show that we do not agree with any type of corruption. It doesn't matter the size, the author or the situation. The role of those - like us - who want a fairer world is to say “NO”To any corrupt act. Be it skipping a line, bribing a guard or embezzling public money.
For the success of the campaign, the participation of all in this great movement is fundamental. In the family, on the streets, in conversations, say NO corruption, no matter how small. This attitude can gain strength in the streets, neighborhoods, cities and countries. Believe me: the ethical change in favor of society begins in the attitudes of each one. Look for the Public Ministry of your country and add your voice to this cry: corruption, no!
ETCO supports this idea and will start showing campaign pieces and images on the website and in all communication with its members.
To learn more about the campaign and how to support it, visit www.corrupcaonao.mpf.mp.br