With the presentation of the first reports of the technical groups created by the transition team of the elected government, the political core of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will now have to decide on open disputes between different areas for agencies and secretaries.
According to observers, one of the main fights is to decide who will keep the National Water Agency (ANA).
The Environment wants the agency, but Regional Development and Cities are also candidates.
In the Jair Bolsonaro government, the agency is linked to the Ministry of Regional Development (MDR), which should be divided in two by . . .