Rio Mayor Crivella Increased Advertising Fund by 50 Percent in Three Years

Prosecutor's Office says that from 2017 to December 2019, the city government failed to invest over R$2 billion in health, while increasing advertising expense.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The mayor of the city of Rio, Marcelo Crivella, increased the city's spending on advertising by 50 percent in three years, as shown by an exclusive survey conducted by G1 news site.

In 2017, the first year of his administration, spending was R$45.1 million (US$11.27 million). Until December 10th this year, it rose to R$67.7 million. The data were collected through . . .

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