Brazil’s Chamber President and Economy Minister Fall Out over Aid Package to States

Guedes is convinced that Maia is working to "explode" the Bolsonaro administration's finances and hinder the country's economic rebound.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The vote last week on the government's emergency aid bill for states and municipalities severed the relationship between Chamber President Rodrigo Maia and Minister of Economy Paulo Guedes. The two have had no further interaction, as President Jair Bolsonaro himself disclosed in an interview after the dismissal of Luiz Henrique Mandetta from his position as Minister of Health.

Guedes is convinced that Maia is working . . .

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