Amanda Audi é repórter do Intercept Brasil em Brasília, com foco em política e direitos humanos. Formada pela UFPR, já colaborou para veículos como Folha de S.Paulo, O Globo, Gazeta do Povo, TV Globo, Poder360, Congresso em Foco, entre outros.
Secret Brazil ArchiveBrazilian Anti-Corruption Prosecutor Gave Secret Talk to Bankers and Took Money From a Company He Was Investigating
Deltan Dallagnol, the coordinator of Brazil’s Car Wash prosecutors, gave speeches to bankers organized by XP Investimentos and the big-data firm Neoway.
Secret Brazil ArchiveAt Sergio Moro’s Suggestion, Brazil’s Anti-Corruption Prosecutors Plotted to Leak Secret Evidence Aimed at Helping Venezuela’s Opposition
An enemy of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro with close ties to Brazilian prosecutors published leaked videos of depositions on the eve of gubernatorial elections.
Secret Brazil ArchiveExclusive: Brazilian Judge in Car Wash Corruption Case Mocked Lula’s Defense and Secretly Directed Prosecutors’ Media Strategy During Trial
Operation Car Wash prosecutors followed Judge Sergio Moro’s advice in order to “bring comfort to the judge and take the lead to protect him.”
Here’s the Unpopular, Right-Wing Agenda That Brazil’s President Wants to Ram Through in a Lame-Duck Session
Controversial bills on social security, pesticides, indigenous reserves, foreign investment, and new pork-barrel spending could all go to a vote by the end of the year.