Former “Leftists” Hold Almost Forty Percent of Current Administration’s Key Positions

Among the survivors of the fall of the leftists' reign in Brazil are three of Jair Bolsonaro's ministers.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Not all highly-placed men and women from former Worker's Party (PT) governments seem to bother president Jair Bolsonaro.

Many public officials who were in Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Dilma Rousseff's circle of power are still in favor with Bolsonaro too. At least 71 of the 180 members (39 percent) in the first and second tiers, the top admnistrative positions in the federal government, were in key posts in leftist administrations.

Among those who survived the discourse of ridding Brazil of leftists are some officials very close to Bolsonaro, such as . . .

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