On the first working day of the government transition group, federal deputy Onyx Lorenzoni (DEM-RS), named extraordinary minister and responsible for coordinating the team of President-elect Jair Bolsonaro, will meet tomorrow with the House Minister Civil, Eliseu Padilha. With this agenda, the activities of the teams, which will work in a reserved space at the Banco do Brasil Cultural Center in Brasilia, where security has been strengthened, are officially opened.
The names that will make up the transition group will still be published in the Federal Official Gazette. The expectation is that this will happen until tomorrow (6), the same day that Bolsonaro, according to his advisers confirmed, disembarks in the capital, for the first time after elected.
He embarks for Brasilia at 9 am, at Galeão Air Base, in a jet of the Brazilian Air Force. The arrival is scheduled for 10h20, also at the Air Base. The president-elect should be accompanied by businessman Paulo Marinho, future Minister of Economy Paulo Guedes, and former PSL president Gustavo Bebianno.
In social networks, Jair Bolsonaro posted today (5) that, during the week, his team will have the first access to the numbers and information of government. "This week we take another big step, with the beginning of the operation of the transition group of government, absorbing information for the restructuring of Brazil," he said.
On Monday, the president-elect is expected to remain at home in Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro. According to his advisers, he is expected to receive the Chinese ambassador, Li Jinzhang, in the morning, when he should express his interest. new government in maintaining business with the country. Bolsonaro had already stated that he did not intend to make an ideological distinction in relation to commerce.
Then there is a meeting with the Italian ambassador, Antonio Bernardini. The president-elect, who is a descendant of Italians, has already assured that, assuming the government, will extradite Cesare Battisti to his country of origin. The Italian political activist, accused of terrorism, has been asylum in Brazil since the benefit was granted by the government Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.