Bruno Fagali: Promoting a Corruption-Free Brazil

     Bruno Fagali is a Brazilian lawyer and an advocate for a corruption-free Brazil. He is the founder of the FAGALI Advocacy, which is an organization that aims to limit the number of corruption in the country and to informs the public about the bad effects of corruption in the development of the state. After Brazil has gained its independence, the majority of government officials in the country have been involved in the practice of corruption. It was not resolved for hundreds of years, and it encroached in the culture of Brazil.

Corruption is rampant in the country, and most of the time, the highest officials of the land are involved in these controversies. The rising instance of corruption in the country resulted in a lot of infrastructures works to get stalled, and it also resulted to the primary benefits of the population not to be delivered. Bruno Fagali wanted to change the perception of the majority that nothing can be done against corrupt officials. He believed that by informing the public about the ill effects of corruption, little by little, they would wake up to the reality that the problem with the country is the population not working together to fight it.

Bruno Fagali, through his advocacy, teamed up with several individuals who could influence the Brazilian population. They introduced a system known as the departmental integrity drive, and their primary target for these programs are the employees of government offices in faraway regions of the country. According to the Brazilian lawyer, they will be providing the employees with information on why corruption is rampant in the country, and what they can do to stop it. They would also inform the locals about the repercussions of those who would be willingly involved in a case involving corruption.

Bruno Fagali believes that information dissemination would be their best weapon against corruption, and if the Brazilians are working together, they could take their country out of the annual list released by several reputable organizations about the most corrupt nations on the planet. He also urged the youth to do their part and change the country for the future generations.