Manifesto of the Movement in Defense of the Legal Market is given to the pre-candidate Rodrigo Maia
The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Rodrigo Maia (DEM-RJ), was the speaker Brazil Ideas Seminar, which took place this Friday (9) in Rio de Janeiro. Directed by VOTO Magazine.
Federal intervention in state security, structural reforms and the electoral scenario were some of the issues addressed by the congressman and pre-candidate for the Presidency of the Republic.
During the event, Edson Vismona, president of ETCO and FNCP, presented to the president of the Chamber of Deputies the Manifesto of the Movement in Defense of the Brazilian Legal Market. which deals with “Security and Development”, with specific proposals for public security and tax policy.
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