Bolsonaro will have a series of meetings next week in Brasilia

The president-elect should be Tuesday (20) Thursday (22) in the federal capital.
17/11/2018 15h27 - Updated 17/11/2018 15h27
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President-elect Jair Bolsonaro spend three days of next week in Brasilia. Datebook, conversations with the Attorney General of the Republic, Raquel Dogde and visit to the Federal Audit Court (TCU), in addition to meetings at the transition office. It is also expected to attend Bolsonaro in northeastern governors forum. The president-elect should be Tuesday (20) Thursday (22) in the federal capital.

Bolsonaro must land in Brasilia on Tuesday morning (20) and meet early with the Minister of Transparency and Comptroller General of the Union (TOS), Wagner Rosario. Initially, the president-elect announced that part of the CGU can be absorbed by the Ministry of Justice. The setting is open.

Also for the Tuesday meetings are planned with the extraordinary minister of transition, Onyx Lorenzoni, and representatives of the Association of the Holy Brazil Houses, at the Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil (ccyy).

Meetings with the President of the Union of Auditors (TCU), Minister Raimundo Carreiro, and Attorney General of the Republic, Raquel Dodge, They are planned for Tuesday afternoon.

On Wednesday (21), Bolsonaro will meet with elected governors and Northeast reelected. Last week, Governor of Piaui, Wellington Dias, He confirmed the meeting, once, among the governors in the region, he was the one who was able to attend the meeting of governors promoted in Brasilia by future governors of São Paulo, John Doria, and the Federal District, Ibaneis Rock.

It is also possible. not officially confirmed, of the president-elect to go to São Paulo. Bolsonaro should be subjected to a battery of tests, no Hospital Albert Einstein, to prepare the withdrawal of the colostomy bag. Surgery to remove the bag is expected to 12 from December.


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