By Richard Mann, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After 62 days deliberating on pension reform, the Constitution and Justice Commission (CCJ) gave the green light to the government's proposal, which will now be subject to merit analysis by the special commission.
The admissibility was approved by 48 votes to 18. The approval was celebrated by governors and booed by the opposition.
The CCJ procedure examining the constitutionality of the text took longer than the government expected, forcing the economic team to give in points at the start.
Despite negotiations, the approved proposal still preserves the saving of R . . .