Brazil’s Government Sells 600 Properties Obtained in Anti-Trafficking Lawsuits

The properties may be examined through a site. The goal is to reduce red tape and generate resources for anti-drug policies.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National Secretariat for Drug Policy (SENAD) has released a georeferenced panel with the precise location and detailed information on 612 properties to be sold by the Secretariat for Coordination and Governance of the Union's Heritage (SCGPU).

These are apartments, ranches, lands, buildings, lots, farms, estates, warehouses, and other property in all regions of the country, seized in drug trafficking lawsuits. Of this total, 34 are located in the Federal District . . .

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