By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Amidst one of the most turbulent moments of his administration, Brazil’s President Michel Temer decided on Sunday to change his Justice Minister, Osmar Serraglio. Serraglio who had been in the post since March, switched positions with Minister of Transparency, Torquato Jardim without explanation.
“The President of the Republic decided, this afternoon, to appoint Professor Torquato Jardim to the Ministry of Justice," said the press note released on Sunday.
"In announcing the name of the new minister, President Michel Temer expressed his gratitude for the efforts and work carried out . . .