Brazil’s Economy Minister says he would rather leave than “push Brazil down the wrong path”

In a podcast, the Minister says he has Bolsonaro's trust and that a new round of aid without a fiscal compensation would be 'chaotic'.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Economy Minister Paulo Guedes said during a podcast released on Tuesday, March 2nd, that he is "dismissible in 30 seconds" should President Jair Bolsonaro no longer believe in his work, but that as long as he is "helping Brazil" and doing the things he believes in, he must remain. According to him, insults would not remove him from office.

"If he doesn't trust me, I am dismissible in 30 seconds. If I am managing to help Brazil, doing the things I believe in, I must remain. Insults will not drive me out. The fear, the . . .

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