Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – As the weeks pass since Jair Bolsonaro won election as President, he’s been taking steps to define his policies and practices after his inauguration on January 1st. These steps include reorganizing Ministries and appointing Ministers, as well as announcing new policy directions.
It is clear that Bolsonaro is intent on keeping his main campaign promise, which got him elected because of its appeal to a large majority of Brazilian voters. Briefly put, he will dismantle the corrupt political power structure, created and masterminded by Lula and including all major political parties . . .