Brazilian Congress probe reveals corruption and omissions during the pandemic

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Today, in Brazil, the works of the COVID-19 CPI, a Senate probe in the Brazilian Congress, came to an end. The presentation of the 1,000+ pages report will be this Wednesday and final voting on October 26. The COVID CPI is a parliamentary commission to investigate supposed omissions and irregularities in federal government actions and spending during the…

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Valeria Sasser

Valeria Sasser

Writer. Humanist & Culture Specialist (BA), and Educator (MA). Public Policy, Tech, Politics, Business, Society, Ideas. (My ideas do not represent any entity)

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