The Brazilian lower house is starting the plenary session with the second round of vote on the pension reform today (Aug 6). As was the case with the first round, 308 votes are necessary for the matter to advance to the Senate, where two other votes will be held.
A plenary session at the Brazilian lower house, the Chamber of Deputies, is set to start discussing the constitutional amendment bill on the overhaul in the country’s pension system today (Jul 9).
Since before electoral campaigns started this year—with former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of the Workers’ Party (PT) out of the race—former parachute infantryman Jair Messias Bolsonaro, of the PSL-PRTB coalition (Social Liberal Party and the Brazilian Labor Renewal Pa
Brazilian voting machines are being set up in Argentina, where some 7 thousand Brazilian electors are eligible to vote—most of them (6,210) in the capital Buenos Aires. The machines will be tested on Friday (Oct. 5) and Saturday (6), the day before the elections in Brazil.
Before the first Brazilian Electoral Code was established in 1932, which allowed women to vote, some transgressors stood up for this right, according to Fátima Jordão, sociologist, founder and adviser of the Patrícia Galvão Institute. She attended a panel this Tuesday (Mar.