Cabinet reform from Bolsonaro in Brazil (6 names changed)

Cabinet reform from Bolsonaro in Brazil (6 names changed)


Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced 6 changes in his cabinet, including the resigned defense minister and the foreign minister who allegedly resigned.

Bolsonaro, who made a statement on his Twitter account; announced the new minister of defense, foreign affairs and justice and the Brazilian attorney general, government secretary and cabinet chief serving at ministerial level.

President Bolsonaro stated that Carlos Alberto Franco was appointed as foreign minister, Walter Souza Braga Netto as defense ministry, Anderson Gustavo Torres as justice ministry, Luiz Eduardo Ramos as Brazilian attorney general, Andre Luiz de Almeida Mendonça as cabinet chief and Flavia Arruda as government secretary.

Thus, Bolsonaro, who took office in January 2019, carried out the most far-reaching cabinet reform to date during his government.

Defense Minister Fernando Azevedo e Silva has announced his resignation in Brazil, a South American country that has gone through difficult times due to the new type of corona virus (Covid-19) epidemic, and the country’s press claimed that Brazilian Attorney General Jose Levi and Foreign Minister Ernesto Araujo resigned.

It was claimed that Araujo, who resigned due to the pressure of the Senate and the House of Representatives, followed similar foreign policy with former US President Donald Trump cooled diplomatic relations with China and therefore made access to Covid-19 vaccines difficult.

The method of combating the Covid-19 epidemic, which caused the death of more than 310 thousand people in the country of Bolsonaro, especially with its anti-quarantine attitudes, and seen in more than 12.5 million people was the subject of discussion.


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