Ministry of National Integration

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The Ministry of National Integration (Portuguese: Ministério da Integração Nacional, abbreviated MNI) is a cabinet-level federal ministry in Brazil, established in 1999. Some of its portfolio overlaps the Ministry of Development, but the MNI is particularly tasked with reducing regional inequality. The current Minister of National Integration is Fernando Bezerra Coelho, who has been accused of corruption, favoring projects in his home state of Pernambuco and directing federal funds to projects involving his son.[1]

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  1. ^ Tavener, Ben. "Another Brazil Minister Accused of Corruption". Rio Times, 10 January 2012. Accessed 21 September 2013.

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