Changes in the processing of the Benefits PEC, pressure on Boris Johnson and more than July 6

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The possible exchange of the rapporteur of the Benefits PEC in the House of Representatives and the collective resignation of more than 40 members of the British Prime Minister’s government, Boris Johnson are among the highlights of this Wednesday (6).

Lira evaluates changing rapporteur of the Benefits PEC

After disagreements over the final text of the Benefits PEC, the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Arthur Lira (PP-AL), evaluates changing the rapporteur of the proposal in the plenary. The possibility of substitution occurs after federal deputy Danilo Forte (União Brasil-CE) has suggested changes in the wording of the proposal without in-depth discussion with the command of the House.

Collective resignation of members of the Boris Johnson government

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At least 41 members of the UK government have asked to step down. Of the 22 who make up the cabinet of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the government’s hard core, two have already left. The move is a result of scandals and mistakes in recent months, including the prime minister being fined by police for violating Covid-19 lockdown laws.

Chamber invites Valério to hear about the connection between PT and PCC

The Chamber of Deputies approved an invitation for the publicist to Marcos Valerio attend an extraordinary public hearing, scheduled for the 14th, to explain an alleged relationship between members of the EN and the criminal faction PCC (First Capital Command) .

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During testimony to the Federal Police, Valério stated that former secretary-general Sílvio Pereira told him that businessman Ronan Maria Pinto threatened to reveal that the PT received money from bus companies, clandestine transport operators and bingos, who laundered money to the CCP.

Severe food insecurity affects 15.4 million

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) released a report on hunger that shows that the prevalence of severe food insecurity reached 15.4 million Brazilians (7.3% of the population) between 2019 and 2021. The data shows a growth in numbers compared to the period before the coronavirus pandemic.

Anvisa maintains ban on the sale of electronic cigarettes

The National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) decided to maintain the ban on the importation, advertising and sale of electronic cigarettes in Brazil. The restriction began in 2009, but the marketing takes place illegally in the country.

Source: CNN Brasil

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