Temer chafes when asked about anti-corruption packageWhen asked after a speech on the National Day to Combat Mosquito, in Brasilia, Fearing upset.
President Michel Temer was angered when asked, this Friday (2), about his opinion regarding the disfigured anti-corruption package approved by the House this week.
When asked after a speech on the National Day to Combat Mosquito, in Brasilia, Fearing upset.
"I'm talking about zika, please", He said the president is already taking the place prepared for what should be an interview.
The text approved by the House of Representatives sparked a crisis between legislative, Public and Judicial Department. Temer has sought to avoid the controversy involving the.
The President participated this morning in a video conference with the governors of Rio Grande do Sul and Roraima and representatives of Rio de Janeiro, Goiás and Rio Grande do Norte to discuss actions to combat the Aedes aegypti mosquito.
At the same time, 27 ministers, armed forces personnel, health and civil defense agents, and other senior officials visiting several cities in all regions to raise awareness about the dengue mosquito, zika e chikungunya.
The government wants, from this day of mobilization, all Fridays are dedicated to verification of possible outbreaks.
In a brief address, Temer called the population to engage.
Admittedly, It is an important campaign and that does not have great difficulties. Just that every school child, each adult, coming home or at work make sure there is no standing water
"Admittedly, It is an important campaign and that does not have great difficulties. Just that every school child, each adult, coming home or at work make sure there is no standing water ", he said.
Temer said, since last year, the number of dengue cases has reduced in 5%. "We hope to say, next year, when insertarmos, undertake a new campaign, this index increased substantially ", said the president.
This is the second National Day to Combat Mosquito this year. The first mobilization took place in February, still in government Dilma Rousseff.