RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The investigations surrounding the existence of a "parallel [shadow] cabinet" of unofficial advisors to President Jair Bolsonaro during the novel coronavirus pandemic should be subject to a new onslaught in the Senate's Parliamentary Inquiry Committee (CPI) on the pandemic.
The term became known about a month ago, based on the testimony of ex-minister of health Luiz Henrique Mandetta, who was fired from the Ministry of Health amid disagreements with the president, particularly over the use of drugs with no proven efficacy in the treatment of Covid-19 patients.
The report was corroborated by other . . .