RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - It is expected that the crucial reform will be voted before the congressional recess. After two months of debates, the Special Committee considering the Social Welfare reform in the Chamber approved the proposal submitted last Wednesday by the rapporteur, Samuel Moreira (PSDB-SP), on Thursday, July 4th.
The score - 36 votes in favor and 13 against - was considered a victory for the government, which now struggles to get the support of . . .