RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Senate is becoming a chessboard to develop the legislative strategies of the Government and the opposition to stop or approve the fourth withdrawal of pandemic aid funds from the private pension funds (AFPs). These moves are made under the logic that 26 votes are necessary for the norm to become law, and, up to now, the accounts are not favorable to this cause.
The president of the Constitution Committee, Pedro Araya (Independent), advised yesterday that it was decided to bring forward the vote to Tuesday, where everything indicates, according to the opinions already given by . . .