RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The permanent tension between the Presidency and Congress grew exponentially on Wednesday, February 19th, when the angered speeches of General Augusto Heleno, leaked from a private meeting in which he criticized an attempted "disguised parliamentariy coup," became public.
The turbulent relationship between the two powers should see new chapters -and new characters- when the government's proposal for a constitutional amendment (PEC) for a new Federative Pact reaches Congress.
The bill, which aims to . . .