By Richard Mann, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The mayor of Pacaraima, Juliano Torquato, said this week in the Senate that the municipality is on the verge of social collapse with the growing number of Venezuelans arriving and settling in the city.
Torquato attended a meeting of the Temporary Subcommittee established to address the crisis in Venezuela, as well as its consequences for Brazil.
Torquato stated he has tried to solve the problem on Brazil's border with Venezuela "in all ways possible. But unfortunately, the time has come where I ask for your help. I can't do . . .