RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Carlos Bolsonaro, President Jair Bolsonaro's #2 son, played a key role in blocking an Army ordinance that tightened the rules for tracking and controlling weapons and ammunition in Brazil.
During the debates for the drafting of the text, Carlos attended meetings at the Planalto Palace to oppose the measure. At the table were representatives of the government, the Federal Highway Police and the Army - the son of the president, who is a city councilor for Rio de Janeiro, had no specific attribution to be present at the negotiations.
Representatives of the Army and the Ministry . . .