Police Violence Excluded from Report on Rights Violations in Brazil

The report is produced based on complaints lodged on Dial 100 the telephone service where people can report events to the authorities.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Federal Government has excluded from its annual human rights report, Disque Direitos Humanos (Dial Human Rights), the indicators on police violence committed in Brazil in 2019, the first year of the Bolsonaro administration. According to the Ministry of Women, Family, and Human Rights, in charge of disclosure, there is inconsistency in the data collected.

The report is considered one of the main available indicators in the country on human . . .

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