Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Raquel Dodge was sworn in yesterday as Brazil’s 42nd “Procurador Geral da República” succeeding Rodrigo Janot as Chief Federal Prosecutor. At the ceremony, she stated that the Brazilian people hope for a better country and “do not tolerate corruption”.
Would that she were right about the corruption; sadly, she’s not. Brazilians, like the citizens of most countries, have a long history of tolerating corruption.
Brazilian Portuguese . . .