Opinion

September 23, 2011

Commentary: Brazil's anti-corruption measures deserve copying

While waiting at the Miami airport for my flight to Brazil one day last week, I read a press report that Brazil’s tourism minister was illegally using a government driver as his wife’s private chauffeur. By the time I arrived in Brasilia seven hours later, the minister had already been sacked. What a difference with what is happening in many other Latin American countries, and with what was happening in Brazil until recently.

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