RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro today took the first step in a new ministerial reform to cement his support in Congress and advance his agenda.
Bolsonaro began the reshuffle with a change in the government's most strategic department: the Ministry of the Presidential Office, which is responsible for the liaison between the executive and legislative branches.
The new minister will be Senator Ciro Nogueira, a veteran politician who knows the levers of power in Brasilia, having spent many years in the upper and lower houses of Brazil's Congress.
Nogueira is president of the right-wing . . .