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Montevideo, August 18th 2022 - 17:46 UTC
The Brazilian government’s plans to overhaul its pension system can still be saved if lawmakers reverse changes to transition rules and concessions to legislative aides, according to Economy Minister Paulo Guedes. Read full article
REF: Guedes criticized a congressional committee’s report, which cut the bill’s targeted savings to around 860 billion Reais from 1.237 trillion reais:
Obviously, the SUPER Super-Minister is not all THAT super after all! Balancing of the account of spending less + saving more is proving to be a Trapeze-Act [an ACT]:
Sure, PG is not a super-minister, but probably the most competent Brazil has had in recent history....the problem is the shitty Congress, that simply will not bow to what Brazil needs, putting their personal interests above everything else.
That was expected, right from the start.
REF: the problem is the shitty Congress
True! The same shitty congress [+ the rest of the crooks] was elected by the same masses who get screwed year after year and yet refuse to learn!
The fact is, Congress only approves what serves its members' personal interests....any project presented in the attempt to combat imoral priviliges, corruption, is not only disfigured but defeated, then they try to get measures passed that pardon past crimes and allow them to keep on stealing.
Viva Brasiu-siu-siu !
REF: The fact is.............................................................
THE fact IS:
Can't expect much from a country of Helpless Eunuchs - Ignorant Ones to make it even WORSE!
Acir Gurgacz's intended vacation in the Caribbean is a sign of how some things stink here....just as well authorization was revoked...
REF: a sign of how some things stink here:
- Too many THINGS you actually meant, I guess
- Acir Gurgacz's Vacation: a tiny tip of a Gigantic Iceberg
- Revoked authorization: Till the dust settles?
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