RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After the opposition threatened that it would not give a quorum for the vote in the Chamber of Deputies on the economic emergency bill, Alberto Fernandez's government decided to remove the most sensitive point from the text.
The article removed allowed the executive to carry out an administrative reform without consulting the legislature and intervene in 60 bodies such as electricity and gas regulators. On Wednesday night, December 18th, the government also admitted the possibility of easing the increase in the export tax on agricultural products.
Although several issues have not yet been determined, it . . .