RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Welfare reform playbook will have a decisive chapter this week. The first round of voting on the Proposed Constitutional Amendment (PEC) for welfare reform is scheduled for next Tuesday, September 24th, in the Senate plenary session. According to legislators, the climate is favorable to its approval.
Simone Tebet, the Chair of the Committee on Constitution and Justice (CCJ), said that the Social Welfare reform is "bulletproof". In . . .