Brazilian Chamber of Deputies overturns 7 Bolsonaro vetoes, restoring ban on evictions during pandemic

The vetoes have yet to be examined by the Senate; if it agrees with the lower house, the vetoed provisions will become statutory law.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian Chamber of Deputies overturned on Monday (27) seven vetoes of President Jair Bolsonaro, including the one made by the president on the law approved by the parliamentarians that prohibit the enforcement of evictions in urban rental properties during the coronavirus pandemic emergency.

The deputies decided during a congressional session after an agreement of party leaderships that allowed the analysis of the vetoes in block, which resulted in their overthrow by 435 votes in favor, six against and two abstentions.

The vetoes have yet to be examined by the Senate, and if it agrees with . . .

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