Senate Consultancy Deems Eduardo Bolsonaro’s Ambassadorial Appointment Nepotism

The opinion, signed by two experts, considers that an ambassador is a civil servant, which would forbid the appointment of relatives up to the third degree of kinship.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Senate's Legislative Consultancy issued an opinion classifying the prospective appointment of federal deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro to the Brazilian embassy in Washington as an instance of nepotism.

The opinion argues that the position of head of the diplomatic delegation, to . . .

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