Order of Merit for Communication, Commander
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The Order of Merit for Communication (Ordem do Mérito das Comunicações) was established by presidential decree on March 15, 1982, and it has been modified several times since then. The Order is ranked twelfth in order of precedence in the country.
It is awarded to recognize national and foreign individuals who have contributed exceptional service to communications in Brazil, and have become deserving of recognition by the Government.
the Order's grades are Grand Cross limited to 50, Grand Officer limited to 70, Commander limited to 150, Officer limited to 200, and Knight limited to 300.
Those who are either, Government secretaries, Directors of Embassy, Generals of Brigade, Officials, Rear admirals, and State or Municipal Scientists, Professors and Presidents of Literary Associations, are eligible to receive the rank of the Commander.
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