The First Six Months of Brazil’s President Temer

The Administration highlights decreasing inflation, environmental compliance and rising consumer/business confidence as accomplishments during these last six months.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – As Brazil’s President Michel Temer reaches the six-month mark as head of South America’s largest country, over the weekend, the Temer administration released a video account of the president’s accomplishments so far.

“After a long winter it seems that a light has been turned on in the horizon,” said President Temer in a video released of his accomplishment during these past six months.

The video notes that the government cut more than 4,000 commissioned positions and reduced the number of ministries. Some of these cuts . . .

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