Brazil's Lower House Thursday passed a bill setting forth the conditions for homeschooling, a trend that has been growing globally following the COVID-19 lockdowns.Add your comment!
An unprecedented cold wave in Brazil for the month of May has been labeled a threat both to the country's thousands of homeless people and also to crops, it was reported Thursday.Add your comment!
The Brazilian government facing the inflationary challenge, as in most of the rest of the world, and particularly when it comes to food prices and the millions of Brazilians who survive on a daily ration, has decided to temporarily reduce tariffs on eleven products. The decree came into effect on May 12 and will continue until the end of the year.Add your comment!
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Wednesday married sociologist Rosángela da Silva in Sao Paulo, under strict security measures. The celebration was attended by politicians and artists who were not allowed to bring their cell phones with them.Add your comment!
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has filed a complaint against Justice Alexandre de Moraes before the very Federal Supreme Court (STF) of which the magistrate is a member for the way he has handled the case known as digital militias in which the head of state is under investigation for his alleged involvement in the dissemination of fake news.Add your comment!
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva, who looks poised to return to the Planalto Palace after the Oct. 2 elections, is getting married this Wednesday to Rosângela Silva.1 comment
Brazilian health authorities have established during the weekend a monitoring room to oversee the development nationwide of the worrying acute hepatitis of unknown origin among children, of which the country has already reported 47 cases under study.Add your comment!
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Sunday insisted on social media that he feared Argentina and Chile were following the paths of Venezuela and Cuba because although Fidel Castro and Hugo Chávez were already dead, the consequences of communism remained.Add your comment!
Argentina has been invited by Chinese president Xi Jinping to participate in three BRICS events taking place in the coming four weeks. The first will be a get-together of political parties, social organizations and think tanks, a second on May 20th, is a summit of foreign ministers from Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, BRICS full members, and the Argentine minister guest. Finally, on June24 a summit of the five-plus one leaders is scheduled.1 comment
The current Brazilian government expects to have contracts worth R$ 200 billion (US$ 40billion) with the private sector investing in transport infrastructure by end of 2022. To achieve this end, the Ministry of Infrastructure works to encourage more international financing in the concession project portfolio, as highlighted by Minister Marcelo Sampaio during his roadshow this week in New York.Add your comment!