Transition slams Bolsonaro’s ‘socially degenerate legacy’

The document also proposes to cancel the acts promoting the process of privatization of state companies, including “Petrobras”.

This Thursday, the 22nd, the Transitional Cabinet handed over to President-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (PT) the final report of the team, which brought together the work of almost a thousand people, many of whom acted as volunteers. The 100-page document is divided into four main topics: “An X-ray of Public Policy Dismantling,” “Fiscal Contingencies and State Budget Mapping,” “Proposals for Repeal and Review Measures,” and “Proposal.” for the new organizational structure of the ministries”.

“The current text summarizes the real situation in which the country found itself. The extensive X-ray conducted here sheds light on the dismantling of the Brazilian state and public policy during the four years of Bolsonaro’s government,” said the introduction to the document, which follows criticism of the current administration, speaking of the “socially perverse and politically anti-democratic legacy” left by the president. Jair Bolsonaro (PL). “Especially for the poorest,” he says.

The document, among others, emphasizes that 14,000 jobs have been suspended in Brazil, and 93% of federal roads do not have maintenance contracts. In the health sector, 50% of children have not been vaccinated with a booster dose of poliomyelitis. and in the field of culture, the budget of the sector was reduced by 90%.

In the field of repeal, in addition to campaign promises such as the repeal of 100 years of secrecy imposed by the current government, the document also proposes the repeal of acts promoting the privatization of state-owned companies, including Petrobras. post office, Empresa Brasil of Communication (EBC) to Nuclebrás Equipamentos Pesados ​​(Nuclep), Brazilian Petroleum and Natural Gas Management Company (PPSA) and National Supply Company (Conab).

The Transition Office, coordinated by Vice President-elect Geraldo Alcmin (PSB), had more than 32 thematic groups that worked for 34 days between November 8 and December 12, 2022. The reports, the document says, will be handed over to the relevant ministers. . The report also emphasized that only 22 of the 50 paid positions available by law were used.

Estadão content:


Related posts

Leave a Comment