By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Less than 24 hours after confirming the nomination of Osmar Serraglio as Brazil’s new Justice Minister, the government of President Michel Temer has been receiving criticism even within his own political party for the choice.
“[Serraglio] is a member of the group of Eduardo Cunha. It's as if Cunha was in the Ministry,” Senator Roberto Requião told news magazine Exame. According to the senator, a frequent critic of party colleague Michel Temer, a preference was given to the person who could mobilize the most votes for the . . .