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Brazil: Corruption investigations in Rio state’s administration guide governor elections debate

The fourth debate for the government of Rio de Janeiro was marked by an exchange of accusations between the current governor, Cláudio Castro (Liberal Party - PL), and congressman Marcelo Freixo (PSB).

The candidates who lead the electoral polls cited corruption cases around their opponents, bankers' donations in the campaign, and the imprisonment of former governors and secretaries from Rio de Janeiro.

Besides Castro and Freixo, congressman Paulo Ganime (Novo) and the former mayor of Niterói Rodrigo Neves (PDT) participated in Tuesday's, September 27, debate, held by TV Globo in Rio.

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