Brazilian Government Monitors Legislators Voting Against Welfare, May Cut Pledged Funds

The government has promised an extra R$20 million (US$5 million) to each legislator voting in favor of the bill, says Brazilian media outlet UOL.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The administration will cut funds for additional amendments from deputies who vowed to vote in favor of the Social Welfare reform, but who ultimately betray the commitment.

The monitoring of votes is being conducted by Joice Hasselmann (PSL-SP), the leader of . . .

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