RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The opposition leader in the Chamber, Deputy Alessandro Molon (PSB-RJ), confirmed on Tuesday, July 9th, that the opposition will rely on an "obstruction package" to persuade legislators to vote against the Social Welfare reform.
For Molon, the federal government is "bluffing" when it claims to have more than 330 votes to pass the bill. As this is a proposed amendment to the constitution, 308 votes in favor are . . .