RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Tuesday, October 13th, President Jair Bolsonaro sanctioned, with vetoes, the law that changes the Brazilian Traffic Code, announced the General Secretariat of the Presidency. Among other changes, the bill extends the validity and number of points in the driver's license.
The parts of the text vetoed by Bolsonaro will be reexamined by the National Congress, which may restore them by overriding the vetos.
The Chamber passed the project's final version on September 22nd, and Bolsonaro had until October 14th to complete his review. The new rules will come into force 180 days after . . .