Analysis: President Bolsonaro and Brazil’s new ministers’ five main challenges

At the worst moment of the pandemic in Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro decided to put into practice the first cabinet reform of his two years in office.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In all, six ministries had their heads changed in an attempt to manage the crisis in various sectors of the government. Still, the "dance of the chairs" will not be synonymous with calm for the president.

The changes, which affected the Government Secretariat, the Chief of Staff, Foreign Affairs, Defense, Justice, and the Office of the Solicitor General (AGU), come in the wake of friction and increased pressure on Bolsonaro from Congress.

The Legislature demands tougher action from the federal government to control the advance of Covid-19, which shows no signs of slowing down the . . .

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