By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Opposition lawmakers in brazil are in an uproar after news came out over the weekend that the Temer Administration authorized more than R$15 billion worth of funds for amendments sponsored by lawmakers who voted to dismiss a complaint against the President in the Chamber's Constitution, Justice and Citizenship Commission (CCJ).
“We found that in the first months of the year the allocation of public funds for the payment of legislative amendments was very small. However, when the accusations against Temer came to light, they surged,” wrote Representative Alessandro . . .