Brazil’s Moro Presents Anti-Crime Bill to Governors

The project is one of the thirty-five goals that the new government of President Jair Bolsonaro, announced as priorities for the first one hundred days of the administration.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Brazil’s Justice and Public Security Minister, Sergio Moro, meets on Monday in Brasília with governors and public security secretaries to present the anticrime bill that will be sent National Congress. According to him, society must also demand from the government its needs.

"It's a Brazilian's wish that he can live a safer country," Moro said in his Twitter account.
According to Moro the project cogitates that organized crime feeds corruption and drug trafficking. "It is a simple project with an impact to face these three problems . . .

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