26 Jan 2015
by Murillo de Aragão and Cristiano Noronha
Politically, this will be an intense week.President Dilma Rousseff meets with her ministerial team.She will ask for an end to public disagreements and support for the fiscal effort.Unions will strike nationally to revoke changes made to labor and social security rights.The race for the presidencies of the House and Senate, scheduled for next Sunday, enters its final leg, with the PMDB favored in both races. Similarities To 2003 When Brazil needed to renew – or, to use a euphemism, extend – the agreement with the IMF in 2003, Lula traveled to Africa.He left Antonio Palocci with the responsib...
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