With Temer trip to China, Maia temporarily assumes the presidency

Maia departs from the presidency of the Chamber when the House discusses important issues and are expected in relation to the vote on political reform.
29/08/2017 14h08 - Updated 30/08/2017 10h52
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With the departure of President Michel Temer today (29) for China, President of the Chamber of Deputies, Rodrigo Maia, temporarily assumes the presidency. Fear embarks back to Brazil on 5 of September.

Earlier on Tuesday, Rodrigo Maia was the Brasilia Air Base accompany the shipment Michel Temer. The first event of the Mayan calendar as president of the Republic will be a meeting with the deputy Jarbas Vasconcelos, to 18h, the Presidential Palace. At night, he receives the governor of Goias, Marconi Perillo, for a dinner at the official residence of the House of Representatives.

Maia departs from the presidency of the Chamber when the House discusses important issues and are expected in relation to the vote on political reform.

While Maia is in Plateau, the command of the Chamber shall be exercised by the second vice president, André Fufuca (PP-MA). That's because the first vice president, Fábio Ramalho (PMDB-MG), integrates Temer entourage on the trip to China.

Fear China
President Michel Temer will make a state visit to China, where he will attend the 9th summit of the Brics, group formed by Brazil, the Russia, China, India and South Africa. No Asian country, which is the main trading partner of Brazil, Fear will present the awards and privatization package released last week by the government seeking to attract Chinese investors.

The first stop is fear from Beijing, where he meets President Xi Jinping and participates in a seminar that will bring together Chinese business leaders who are already investing or interested in investing in Brazil. Then, President will go to Xiamen for the meeting of the Brics.

Yara Aquino - Brazil Agency


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