Apparently not Brazil:

‘So much is being done in a hurry and at the last minute that it puts tremendous pressure on the workers,’ said Antonio de Sousa Ramalho, president of the Sao Paulo civil construction workers union and a state legislator. ‘Of course, rushing always increases the risk of accidents.’ It’s not clear whether the deaths resulted from poor planning or even criminal negligence on the part of the government or construction companies. But they have brought increased attention to the problems with preparations for the international sporting extravaganza in June, which has also been hit by accusations of corruption and wasteful public spending.

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