RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Among the 22 Ministers sworn in by Jair Bolsonaro in January 2019, only two have held the unofficial title of super-minister. One of them, Sérgio Moro, resigned from the Ministry of Justice suspecting that the fight against corruption, his main issue, was not among the government's real priorities. The other is Paulo Guedes.
The Minister of Economy was entrusted with implementing the desired, necessary and essential liberal agenda pledged by President Bolsonaro during his campaign. The agenda included three major reforms - social security, tax and administrative - and privatization of most state-owned companies . . .