Brazil’s Temer Authorizes Federal Intervention in Roraima State

For officials this was a ‘negotiated solution’ for the state overburdened by Venezuelan refugees and not able to pay its public servants since October.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – With the threat of serious public security disruption, Brazil’s President, Michel Temer, has signed a decree authorizing federal intervention in the Amazon region state of Roraima.

According to Temer the intervention was a ‘negotiated solution’ between Roraima’s governor, Suely Campos and the federal government.

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