In a ceremony this Monday (7) in which he was honored by the Public Ministry of Minas Gerais, the president of the Senate, Rodrigo Pacheco (DEM-MG), said that Brazil needs leadership and stability.
“And this stability takes place in relations when it is recognized that each body, each Power, each institution has its attributions, its competences, must respect them and must fulfill its role. This is the logic that I believe will make us a country great, a logic of stability, mutual respect, respect for divergence,” said Pacheco.
He said that it is not just reforms that the country needs at the moment.
“When we talk about what needs to be done in Brazil, I would highlight here numerous projects, Proposals for Amendments to the Constitution, very structuring reforms that we have made in the last five years in Brazil, others that are to come and will be carried out despite reactions that can happen, but it is necessary to make legislative changes, I believe that placing all our load of expectations on these legislative changes would be, at the very least, inconsequential or irresponsible on our part,” he said.
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