Brazilian Senate approves constitutional amendment capping spending for 20 years

15 December 2016
Brazil’s Senate approved  a constitutional amendment Tuesday that establishes a cap on public spending, effectively freezing health and education spending for the next 20 years. Brazil’s government – which took power six months ago after then-President Dilma Rousseff was impeached and removed from office – defends the move as a bitter but necessary measure to get Brazil’s flailing economy [...] Read more here: Free Speech Radio News


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