RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The governor of Rio de Janeiro, Wilson Witzel, said on Friday, September 27th, that he received data from the State Public Security Institute (ISP) that indicate the capital of Rio de Janeiro as the second safest city in Brazil.
Witzel did not go into details about the data he says he received from the ISP, nor what would be the safest city in Brazil. But he said that Rio de Janeiro is on its way to becoming the first.
"We have received a very important piece of data from the ISP (Institute of Public Security of . . .