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MIL OSI-C. Region: Latin/Latin America

Source: the Republic-of-Brazil-2

Attorney General’s charges of R$ 3.6 billion from the authors of the irregularities in 2019

Posted : 22/08/2019 – up-to-Date at : 10:09:45 pm

The office of the solicitor General (AGU) charges, R$ 3.6 billion in 1.116 lawsuits filed against the authors of irregularities in the first seven months of this year. In the actions of history, the execution of the sentences imposed by the Court of Accounts (TCU), and any other requests for reimbursement from the state treasury and the finance charges for the illegal committed by ex-law enforcement, public or private.The lawsuits have been filed for the units on the QUALITIES that are linked to the Department of Heritage and the Integrity of the office of the Prosecutor-General’s office director of public prosecutions/UMP/AGU), which is only eight months old (as of December of last year and July this year were able to effectively recover to R$ 472 million into the coffers of the Union in the process of fighting corruption and misuse of public funds – more than the total amount collected in the previous twelve-month period (between December 2017 and November 2018 respectively), of which R$ 462 million.In conjunction with the office of the Comptroller-General of the Union, the AGU has also managed to secure the entry of another R$ 1.5 billion just by 2019, by means of payments made by the companies that have signed the agreements for compliance, of which R$ 419 million, paid to the Union, and the rest of the bodies that have been affected by the irregularity, such as a Company.In total, the companies that have signed the agreements for compliance, have committed to pay$ 11.2 billion, of which$ 3.1 billion has already been actually paid for and given to the Union and the other organisations that have been affected.ServiçosSomados of the amounts recovered by legal action (Us$ 472 million), and received by means of the arrangements for compliance (Us$ 419 million), and the role of the AGU and CGU in the area, has secured the ticket of almost$ 900 million in the coffers of the european Union in 2019. “These are the resources that accrue to the National Treasury, for use, for the purposes provided for in the legislation of the budget, that is, they are going to become in the society, such as improved schools, health, safety and security,” says the director of the director of public prosecutions, Vanir Fridriczewski.According to the director, initiatives such as the establishment of local teams dedicated to the recovery of the resource leak and Prosecution Arising out of the Agreements and Compliance (holy Grail) have all contributed to the result.

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