Government relations at its best in Brazil. Government has multiple identities, and in Latin America good relations with goverment is key to certain "regulated" business projects. The Federalist Papers, in which Framers Madison, Hamilton and Jay strove to sway public opinion, could be considered according to current usage as an outside lobbying effort. Lobbying is a controversial and often misunderstood activity. Protected by the First Amendment and upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, in its most simple form lobbying is informing government officials as to what a group of citizens wants. This is a fundamental part of democratic government. Since corporations in the U.S. are considered to have some rights of citizenship, they also can engage in this dialogue.
Lobbying depends on cultivating personal relationships over many years. Government alone acts as both player and referee to arbitrate and define the "public interest". Sometimes impartial and fair, it can also be narrowly self-interested. Despite adherence to a command and control governance model, it is neither coherent nor cohesive. On any given day, government pulls in all directions at once, as mentioned by the American League of Lobbyists. We understand this and cultivate excelent relations with several levels of governments in Brazil, and can solve many difficulties to our clients' advantage.
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