Bruno Fagali is a passionate man who is eager to change his country for the better. He is one of the finest lawyers in Brazil, and he is the man behind the FAGALI Advocacy. In the field of legal services, his name rings a bell because of how he is handling his job with professionalism and integrity. His expertise would be with the laws about the public and anti-corruption, but he is also adept in different issues concerning the Brazilian society.
Among the services that he offers would be resolving issues with administrative contracts, processes about civil liability, adviser on urban laws and an adviser in regulatory laws. Despite being busy with his practice as a lawyer, Fagali never forgets to give back to the society. The problem with corruption in Brazil is severe, and the country is consistent in taking up a rank in the world’s most corrupt index. Bruno Fagali wanted to change the perception that Brazil is corrupt, so he established the FAGALI Advocacy which aims to decrease the instance in corruption through different methods.
With the FAGALI Advocacy now established, People have seen a significant decrease in corruption instances, and according to Bruno Fagali, he believes that the major contributing factor to the impressive change would be the departmental integrity drive. The departmental integrity drive is a solution that he earlier proposed, which can be used to stop corruption practices in Brazil’s public departments. With this method in effect, the public departments under the national government will be required to be more transparent when dealing with contracts, especially if it is a public work contracted to a private firm. With the departmental integrity drive in effect, authorities inside these department are discouraged to do corrupt practices, as they can be held liable. Bruno Fagali seeks to expand this idea to other field of Brazilian society so that they could win the battle against corruption. Bruno Fagali is optimistic that he will be seeing Brazil as a corruption-free society in his lifetime.
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