Brazilian Lower House Establishes Special Committee for Tax Reform

When attending the establishment ceremony, Chamber president Rodrigo Maia said the tax reform represents a different challenge from social security.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Chamber of Deputies formed, on July 10th, a special committee to analyze the provisions of the Proposed Amendment to the Constitution (PEC 45/19) on tax reform.

Legislators elected deputy Hildo Rocha as president of the committee and Sidney Leite as first vice-president. The rapporteur will be deputy Aguinaldo Ribeiro. The special committee shall have 43 members and the same number of alternates.

When attending the establishment ceremony, Chamber President

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