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Opinion, by Michael Royster

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Not long ago, there were reports that the TCU, one of Brazil’s government oversight agencies, was actually going to grow teeth and repudiate 2014’s federal statement of accounts, because of the “pedaladas” which are prohibited by the Law on Fiscal Accountability.

Not long ago, there were reports that the TSE, Brazil’s Superior Electoral Court, was actually going to grow teeth and repudiate PT’s statement of accounts for the 2014 presidential election, as having been financed by illegal donations from corrupt companies.

Some of us were so naïve . . .

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