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Sent to Congress by President Lula and signed into Law by President Dilma the Access to Information law (LAI) revolutionized public administration in Brazil. When this law went into effect information became a tool for the monitoring and control of public administration, accessible to any citizen and not just the property of the State.

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11 milhões de brasileiros já acessam Portal da Transparência e ajudam a prevenir e combater corrupção

To assure an effective battle against corruption, Lula and Dilma guarantee broad economy of the Public Prosecutor's Office.

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Polícia Federal mais forte enfraquece corrupção e prende responsáveis por malfeitos

Beginning with the Lula Administration, The Federal Attorney General’s Office (AGU) assumed the role of the legal arm of the Federal Government in the battle to control corruption.  Between 2010 and 2013, the AGU judged more than 8000 actions to recover public funds that had been stolen.  In 2013 alone, 2,109 actions to combat corruption, and protect public assets through the recovery of credits and assets in the amount of R$ 1.05 billion in total.

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A Joint Project of the CGU with the Instituto Maurício de Souza, is the “One for All and All for One! For Ethics and Citizenship!”  teaches young children about the fight against corruption  Photo: One for All and All for One!/divulgação

 

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The CGU is also involved in the application of sanctions against corrupt companies, which are forbidden to have direct contacts with Public Service workers.  A complete list of those involved is available to any citizen via the National Register of Companies Suspended for Illegal Activities (CEIS).

National Regestry of Companies Suspended for Illegal Activies (CEIS).

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