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Operation Lava jato - Increased corruption case ever on the globe


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#1 Clade

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Posted 01 August 2016 - 09:40 AM

Sorry but English is not my official language. . .
 
Any questions, I will try to clarify. . .
 
Remembering that have no connection to any political party, but to love the country I was born and I believe it is appropriate to disclose such matters because it affects millions of people, Brazilian or not (eg, international pension fund), around the globe.
 
In Brazil, in recent times, specifically from March 2014, the Federal Public Ministry, Federal Police and the Federal Court, are working to crack the biggest case of corruption, which has news in modern history on the globe, operation that call Lava Jato and which has its main photo on PETROBRAS, a Brazilian company to drill for oil, whose capital is mostly public.
 
Brazil's main political parties PT (Workers Party), PMDB, PP ... . through their political principals are the protagonists of this lese homeland crime, where the largest companies (empreteiras) Brazil are involved, forming a cartel and that "earned" the competitions in the execution of work to PETROBRAS, paying up to 3% for operators, placed in that company, for political parties.
 

The main party leaders of the Workers, "used" the workers, poor people. . . with a populist discourse, where the main objective was to stay in power.
 

Along with the PMDB, PP and other smaller political parties, the Workers' Parties, through the BNDES (National Development Bank) lent values ​​to countries such as Cuba, Venezuela, some African countries. . .and others, where companies of the cartel is that executed the work. Strayed also features pension funds of various associations of workers.
 
Literally, Brazil has been ruled by a gang.
 
Yesterday, July 31, 2016, as they have done in the last two years, millions of people came out to the streets to protest against all this. Even due to this movement, we temporarily away from the President of the Republic, which is being judged by the National Congress, by not meet the legislation that deals with fiscal responsibility. Certainly, it will be deprived of the presidency, being the vice (PMDB) as interim president.
 
I dare to say that the drug gangs of Rio de Janeiro, are considered amateurs before to what desvendo and to come. And that any "door" that is the municipal, state, federal, state enterprises, there are all sorts corruption, resulting in high costs and poor quality products ..
 
Follow the link from the Federal Public Ministry, explaining the operation Lava jato.
 
 
http://lavajato.mpf.mp.br/entenda-o-caso

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Posted 13 August 2016 - 03:06 PM

The coordinator of the operation Lava Jato, Mr Deltan Dallagnol, as link below says: "Brazil is the paradise of impunity for white-collar defendants":
 
 
White collar = people who have political, economic power. . .
 
Old criminal law, several instances before condemning and lawyers paid to "price of gold" politicians should create laws to change that, for the most part, are involved in corruption.
 
The Federal Ministries, along with civil society organizations, have managed more than 2 million signatures for the creation of 10 measures against corruption. Commission already exists in the national Congress to create laws based on these measures. There is only one way for that to walk forward, Brazilian society track and going to the streets to protest any action other than the objectives
 
For those interested, Google translator "break the branch.". Portuguese Brazil to English.
 
Break the branch - palliative, but it helps.


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Posted 18 August 2016 - 06:40 AM

There are gangs institutionalized commanding the key points in Brazil - there is no doubt that the Brazilian National Congress:
 


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Posted 05 September 2016 - 08:26 AM

After months of energy expenditures, time, financial. . . a "luxury" that the country has not, the president of Brazil was rejected on 31 August last.
 
 
It is hoped that all this will serve to some learning / growth for the country.
 
Parliamentarism could solve it all faster. . ..


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Posted 18 September 2016 - 06:02 AM

Past president Lula accused by the task force, to be the head of the corruption scheme in Petrobras:

 

http://www.gazetadopovo.com.br/vida-publica/forca-tarefa-da-lava-jato-aponta-chefe-do-esquema-mas-esta-longe-de-terminar-9vfgvq234go1qd6djivm1wop2



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Posted 08 October 2016 - 04:36 AM

The Workers Party (PT), the biggest beneficiary of all the scandals linked in this post, and certainly other scandals in other companies, organs,. . . government who are / are being investigated, lost in the election of the last 03,  6 out of 10 votes, compared with the 2012 elections.
 
Now it's clear why this political party (PT) did not want under any circumstances, the privatization of sectors that were in state hands.
 
As a rule with 35 political parties? Government coalition is a tidbit for corruption.
 


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Posted 23 October 2016 - 03:51 PM

 
Former President of Chamber of Deputies, Cunha, was arrested by the Federal Police, as determined by Judge Sergio Moro.
 
 
As Cunha know much of the intricacies of power / very likely corruption that makes winning tipoff, option that the Federal Public Ministry (MPF) available to anyone who wants to give away other people involved in scandals, as a way to relieve prison sentence.
 


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Posted 02 December 2016 - 12:12 PM

Taking advantage of the national commotion due to the Colombian air crash of the delegation of the Chapecoense Football Association soccer team, where most of its athletes died, on November 30th, the Chamber of Deputies of Brazil voted and disfigured the 10 Measures Against Corruption, suggested by the Federal Public Ministry and with more than 2,400,000 signatures collected. Not considering hours and hours of work. Discussions. As the Federal Public Ministry is "coming" to the corrupt political group, these same ones, who are elected to represent the Brazilian people, legislate on their own, wanting to escape from prison and hamper, with hard laws against the judges who investigate them.

 

http://g1.globo.com/politica/noticia/2016/11/camara-dos-deputados-conclui-votacao-de-medidas-contra-corrupcao.html

 

About accident:

 

http://esporte.uol.com.br/futebol/ultimas-noticias/2016/11/29/policia-confirma-76-mortos-em-acidente-com-o-aviao-da-chape.htm



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Posted 17 December 2016 - 02:19 PM

Sounds almost as corrupt as the EU



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Posted 18 December 2016 - 06:04 AM

Look, I do not know very well about the EU, but what can not happen with Brazil is what happened in Italy in the 90s, where it practically occurred. But as it happened there, that is, corrupt politicians "got rid of their face" and instead of creating tougher laws, they "officialized" corruption.
 
What I do know is that Italy still pays for what happened in the 1990s, not creating tough laws to fight corruption.
 
Last week, the president of the Brazilian Senate, Renan Calheiros, for over 30 years acting as a politician, and who is responsible for 12 investigations, was held by the Federal Supreme Court. . . This week, it was denounced in the aforementioned operation.
 
This same senator, the day after the Federal Chamber vote, wanted to vote in the Senate, on an emergency basis, laws that would knowingly harm the well-off and who want to enforce the law, which is fair, correct. . . Judges, federal prosecutors, state prosecutors. . .
 
It is a shame, the supreme institution, Federal Supreme Court, defends people known to be involved in illicit acts.
 
The Brazilian people, for the most part, can not handle so much corruption and have gone out to protest.
 
These professional politicians need to understand that Brazilian democracy is very fragile. . In continuing this situation there will be left another alternative for the Brazilian population that does not call the military
 
Politicians seem to have understood that they are not sleepy, they are elected by the people and as such owe respect to the people.


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Posted 19 December 2016 - 04:33 AM

Politicians won't change until the people stop voting for them.



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Posted 23 December 2016 - 05:16 AM

 
Here, as in most countries of the globe, politicians legislate for their own sake, literally endless corporatism, and for the most part, acting as "institutionalized gangs".
 
The economic power, coupled with the little engagement of the less favored, since who really goes to the streets, mostly, is the middle class, is that continues to rule here.
 
Already a politician here, one of the few, as far as I know, respectable "Politicians only fear the people in the streets." So. . .


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Posted 23 January 2017 - 04:32 AM

Zavascki was killed on January 19, 2017 in an air accident, the Minister of the Supreme Federal Court of Brazil (STF) Mr. Teori Zavascki, responsible for the cases related to the largest corruption scandal in the country's recent history and the world, Zavascki was concentrated In recent months, the Odebrecht company, the largest in the country, has died in a plane crash shortly before divulging to Brazilian society the names of those involved in this scandal
 
It is important for Brazil that the investigation of this accident be carried out with the effective participation of the Federal Police, Federal Public Ministry.
 
In a democratic country, there is no need for air accident investigations to be confidential, which the public may not have knowledge of, as follows:
 
 
Links related to the air accident of Mr. Teori Zavascki:
 
 


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Posted 07 February 2017 - 05:19 AM

Judge responsible for Operation Lava-Jato, Sergio Moro, speaking at Universidae Columbia.

 

 



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Posted 09 February 2017 - 11:54 AM

In a democratic country, there is no need for air accident investigations to be confidential, which the public may not have knowledge of

 

It happens all the time when the plane/vehicle is carrying something or someone not listed as cargo for one reason or another most of the time you wont here about it.  Sometimes it is done as a request from grieving families who don't want press at there door I'm sure there may be other legit reasons as well.

It happens all the time when the plane/vehicle is carrying something or someone not listed as cargo for one reason or another most of the time you wont here about it.  Sometimes it is done as a request from grieving families who don't want press at there door I'm sure there may be other legit reasons as well.






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