Democracy that Delivers #286: COVID and Corruption in Latin America – Risks of Structural Corruption in Brazil

09.28.2021 | Ken Jaques, Elena Padbury |

Democracy that Delivers “COVID and Corruption in Latin America” mini-series cohosts Ken Jaques and Elena Padbury wrap up this recap of our recently released report. Last but not least of its country case studies is Brasil, presented by Laís Piasentini Oliva, Advocacy Analyst at the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (IBGC). Laís offers recommendations to reduce pre-existing corruption risks and, importantly, the perception thereof, as both intensify from pandemic-related legislative changes.

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