Rudolph Giuliani advisory belies contract with the Government of Amazonas

State Government announced it would be the first in Brazil to have consultancy Rudolph Giuliani, which reduced by more than half of crimes in New York.
26/04/2018 17h31 - Updated 27/04/2018 15h55
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The Office advice "Giuliani Security & Safety”, de Rudolph Giuliani, He informed the Deputy Serafim Correa (PSB), on the morning of Thursday (26), which did not occur contract with the State of Amazonas Government, to carry out consultancy in the security area.

"The adviser informed me that there was an intention to term for them to take the first steps and agreed to do the job and understand that the Government of Amazonas were transparent enough, sign the contract. So you see, it was the Government of Amazonas, the site of the Public Security Bureau, you're doing it a marketing, disclosing that the Amazon is the first in Brazil to have consultancy Rudolph Giuliani ", he warned Serafim.

no day 18 Of this month, the State Government, by Public Security Bureau (SSP-AM), released in a report that "Amazon is the first in Brazil to have consultancy Rudolph Giuliani, which reduced by more than half of crimes in New York”. In this Monday (23), in press conference, the governor Amazonino Mendes He stressed "the pioneering spirit of the Amazon to bring to Brazil a consultant recognized security area worldwide". “We are hiring the very best in the world”, he said Amazonino.

At the same event, the governor revealed that the consultancy in security hired by the company's former mayor of New York (USA), Rudolph Giuliani, cost $ 1,5 million, or equivalent to R $ 5 millions.

The advisory Rudolph Giuliani also said that was sought in 2009 by the government of Rio de Janeiro to provide consultancy in the area of ​​security, but at the end, Sérgio Cabral management did not meet the terms of “quality, professionalism and transparency” and the contract was not performed.


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