RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - No one knows for certain how earnest and lasting Jair Bolsonaro's transition to moderation is, but it is undeniable that the President of the Republic's change of stance has yielded positive results. One of them occurred in the relationship between the Planalto Palace and Congress.
By abandoning attacks and attempts at intimidation against legislators, the government has eased the processing of bills such as the new sanitation law and the renewal of the Fund for Maintenance and Development of Basic Education (FUNDEB).
In both instances, the differences on the substance of proposals were settled . . .