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"5,426 People In The Brazilian Armed Forces Are Committing Military Crimes"

"5,426 People In The Brazilian Armed Forces Are Committing Military Crimes" 30 July, 2020

Brazil-based news site Metrópoles revealed that the state had made a deal with companies belonging to active-duty soldiers.

Soldiers who continue to work operationally in the armed forces are not allowed to work as managers in a company under the country's military charter.

At least 14 companies that are the managers of the soldiers on duty have signed a contract for the purchase. In some of the deals, which amounts to about half a million U.S. dollars, the companies provided goods and services to battalions where their managers actively worked.

5,426 soldiers are thought to have broken the law, according to the statements

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