Chamber Committee Approves Classifying Appointment of Relatives to Office as Nepotism

The proposal has not yet been definitively adopted and, for the time being, is unable to prevent the appointment of Eduardo Bolsonaro.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Chamber of Deputies' Labor, Administration, and Public Service Committee approved on Wednesday, August 14th, in a quick vote, a bill by deputy Roberto de Lucena to forbid nepotism in federal public administration.

Bill 198/19 was amended by its rapporteur, Deputy Kim Kataguiri, classifying the appointment of an official's relative to the positions of Minister of State and Ambassador as nepotism.

The text addresses the practice of . . .

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