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Women in Organized Crime in Brazil

  • Denise Frossard
Part of the STUDIES IN ORGANIZED CRIME book series (SOOC, volume 5)

Abstract

Brazil is a federative republic with 26 states, a federal district, and 5,560 municipalities, 200 to 300 of which can be considered large. The geographic area of Brazil is 8,514,215.34 km2, making it the fifth-largest country in the world. States and municipalities enjoy a high level of autonomy, not as much as in the United States, but greater than what is common in Europe.

Keywords

Organize Crime Illegal Activity Money Laundering Penal Code Criminal Organization 
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  • Denise Frossard

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