Bolsonaro celebrates approval of pension: “Brazil is on the way to work”

The president authorized the government leaders and the four ministers who resumed the mandates of federal deputies to negotiate.
11/07/2019 11h15 - Updated 11/07/2019 19h24
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President Jair Bolsonaro used Twitter to greet the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Rodrigo Maia, Democrats in Rio de Janeiro, for approval, 1 in shift, the proposed amendment to the Constitution of the pension reform. Bolsonaro wrote that "Brazil is increasingly close to get in the way of employment and prosperity". The president followed the plenary session of the cabinet.

Although the vote was in the House, Wednesday was also rather busy at the Presidential Palace, with negotiations. Between a look and one for TV, Bolsonaro talked with ministers and parliamentarians by mobile messages and meetings in the office. With government authorization, the rules were better for federal police and federal road.

Another concern was the Plateau on the pension systems of states and municipalities, that they were left out of the text. Rego Barros said, in this case, Bolsonaro chose not interfere.

President Jair Bolsonaro authorized government leaders and the four ministers who resumed the mandates of federal deputies to negotiate. According to the spokesman Otavio Rego Barros, the goal was to ensure that the proposed amendment to the Constitution of the Pension Reform was, indeed, approved on Wednesday. One step was the release of more than R $ 1 billion in parliamentary amendments.

On public security, the Ministry of Justice issued an ordinance that allocates resources of the National Public Security Fund to states and the Federal District. The priorities are the actions in the border region and to combat violence and crime.

The spokesman added that the president Jair Bolsonaro and Justice Minister Sergio Moro celebrated the Committee on Constitution and Justice of the Senate passed the bill criminalizing the box 2 electoral.

Source: Agency Brazil


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