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In a last statement, Brazil’s VP Mourão highlights the government’s achievements and calls for a return to normalcy

Vice President Hamilton Mourão made, at 8 p.m. this Saturday (Dec. 31), as acting president, the last pronouncement of the Bolsonaro government before its closure and inauguration of the new government of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

"We work, and we will deliver a balanced country to the next government," said the vice president.

He also highlighted the possibility of Brazil's inclusion in the OECD, which requires principles of democracy and the free market. There is resistance from the new government to Brazilian membership in the organization.

Mourão said there were "mishaps" in the government . . .

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