By Philip Sever, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO - The former president of Rioluz, the company linked to Rio de Janeiro’s municipal administration that is responsible for the some 380,000 public lights in the city, admits that there is unequal distribution of street lamps between different areas of Rio de Janeiro. Some areas the lights have increased, while leaving other areas of the city in the dark. Zone Norte and Zone Oeste are the area’s most affected by the lack of lighting.

The Prefeitura has recently stated that 53% of the Rioluz budget will be used to install . . .

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