From: Transparency International - Daily Corruption News (31 May 2016)

31 May 2016
Today's top story
Brazil: Recording spurs anticorruption minister to resign in Brazil
New York Times (TI mention)
The anticorruption minister of Brazil’s interim president, Michel Temer, resigned Monday night after a secret recording seemed to show that he tried to stymie the sweeping corruption investigation revolving around Petrobras, the national oil company.

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