Government launches campaign with controversial topics from Moro's anti-crime package

President Jair Bolsonaro with Minister Sérgio Moro during the launch ceremony of the anti-crime package

President Jair Bolsonaro with Minister Sérgio Moro during the launch ceremony of the anti-crime package campaign

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During the ceremony, Bolsonaro said that the number of people killed while allegedly resisting police orders show that authorities are doing their work

Brazil's federal government has launched today (Oct 3) an advertisement campaign defending Justice Minister Sergio Moro's anti-crime package. The campaign focuses on controversial points that have already been overturned by Congress, such as the possibility of arresting defendants after the second appeal. With an overall cost of R$10 million, the campaign will run until October 31 and aims to persuade Brazilians to support stricter measures for heinous crimes and criminal organizations.

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