RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In an editorial on Monday, January 13th, the newspaper 'O Estado de S.Paulo', known as "Estadão"),criticized the lack of "defined direction" of Jair Bolsonaro at the head of the government, classified as lost by the Mesquita family's publication, which often serves as a spokesman for the financial system and the São Paulo business community.
"At the beginning of his second year, Jair Bolsonaro's government shows clear signs of lacking a defined course. Every week new measures and actions emerge, absolutely pointless and without a common goal," reads the text, which . . .