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“Communication will be expanded, free and accessible in the Brazilian government,” ensures Minister Paulo Pimenta

The fight against fake news; the broad press access to government information; the direct disclosure to the population when the government is also a vehicle of information; and the attention to new digital media are some of the guidelines of the new Brazilian government regarding communication.

Minister Paulo Pimenta, who took office this Tuesday (Jan. 3) at the Social Communication (SECOM) portfolio, guarantees the federal government's new form of communication.

The ministry manages the Federal Government's institutional, public, and advertising communication.

"I assume the role of rescuing communication as an instrument of democracy in our country. We will . . .

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