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Americas With Brazil's Petrobras under fire for corruption, have Brazilians had enough?

Senate hearings on mounting allegations of corruption at the state-run oil company have put Brazil's ruling party in an uncomfortable spotlight. While attitudes have been slow to change, Brazilians are starting to challenge a culture of impunity.

By Staff writer / April 18, 2014

Ricardo Moraes/Reuters

Brazil's leading Worker's Party is under intense scrutiny this week amid Senate hearings and mounting allegations of corruption at Petrobras, the state-run oil company.