RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - At a meeting in the Chamber last Wednesday, October 16th, the leaders of this bloc began to discuss the outlines of a bill that hardens the punishment for deputies who change their parties during their term of office.
And not without cause: confident that Bolsonaro will leave the PSL sooner or later, center-right politicians want to prevent him from capitalizing on the cleavage and pushing dissidents into a party under construction.
Tailored to torment the lives of Bolsonarists, the proposal provides that even those who leave the party for which they were elected to affiliate . . .