Brazil Policy Agenda After-Corruption Trial Vote
The second corruption trial vote against President Michel Temer was rejected this week by the House of Representatives. In spite of that, the number of votes in favor of the President (251 votes) is not enough to approve major reforms announced by the Government (minimum of 308 votes required). In this scenario where the President has reduced political support, the leadership of the Speaker of the House Rep. Rodrigo Maia emerges to shape up the political agenda.
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