RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Minister of Economy Paulo Guedes on Monday, October 26th, reiterated that the current government is creating an open society in Brazil. He said he had never questioned that Brazilian democracy was at risk and mentioned, as he always does, the proper functioning of the country's institutions such as freedom of the press, a reformist Congress and a Federal Supreme Court (STF) that has supported the current administration.
Guedes spoke during the online event 'A Day for Democracy', organized by the Brazilian Academy of Constitutional Law (ABDConst).
However, prior to that the Minister made a retrospective . . .