Opinion by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Most Brazilians stifled a yawn when they read or heard about U.S. President Trump’s (in)famous Executive Order barring entry to citizens of seven countries accused of fomenting terrorism abroad. After all, Brazil is not such a country.
This week, a new Order was issued, cancelling the former and setting out less restrictive rules. The new Order will go into effect Monday March 16th.
What most Brazilians have not yet realized is that there is one feature of the Order that will definitely affect them if (when) they want to . . .