Start Privatizing part of Petrobras is in Bolsonaro's plans

Privatizing part of Petrobras is in Bolsonaro's plans

July 23, 2018 8:48 pm to 20:48
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Bolsando says that Petrobras' arms can be privatized.

Privatizing part of Petrobras is in Bolsonaro's plans. This is not the first time that the presidential candidate has spoken on the subject.

THE Petrobras privatization is still part of the speech of Jair Bolsonaro, candidate for the Presidency of the Republic by the PSL, who was acclaimed this Sunday when he said he could privatize part of Petrobras, but stressed that he is still evaluating how this could be done, if he is elected until the end of this year in the presidential elections. “Petrobras itself, you can privatize some arms. The brains are still early,” Bolsonaro told some journalists. Therefore, according to the candidate's plan, Petrobas could continue with its main business, which is the oil exploration and production sector.

“I cannot explain a little more, because it is in the elaboration phase. Part of it could be privatized, yes, I don't want to advance here in certain things that I've arranged with several people to help me. And certain revelations will only be confirmed after confirmation, so as not to have to undo it up front… practically everything will be in the government’s plan, it will not be a piece of fiction,” Bolsonaro said. The union of the Ministries of Agriculture and Environment is part of its plans as both represent certain conflicts of interest in specific themes. If it depends on the candidate, in order to receive support from politicians, he has to negotiate ministries, he is out. The extinction of the Ministry of Cities is also under his intention.

Personal life

He was born in the city of Campinas, in the interior of the state of São Paulo, on March 21, 1955, the son of Perci Geraldo Bolsonaro and Olinda Bonturi, both of Italian descent. He was married to Rogéria Nantes Nunes Braga, whom he helped to elect a councilor for the Rio de Janeiro capital in 1992 and 1996, and with whom he had three children: Flávio (a state deputy from Rio de Janeiro), Carlos (as well as his father and mother, a councilor for the city of Rio de Janeiro). , the youngest in the country) and Eduardo. From his second marriage, with Ana Cristina Valle, he had Renan.

In 2007, he met his current wife, Michelle de Paula Firmo Reinaldo, when she was parliamentary secretary in the Chamber of Deputies. In the period of a year and two months that she dispatched with Bolsonaro, she was promoted and her salary almost tripled. Nine days after being hired, the two signed a prenuptial pact and, two months later, they got married on paper. In 2008, however, Michele had to be exonerated after the STF banned nepotism in public administration. In 2013, the couple had a religious ceremony performed by Pastor Silas Malafaia. With Michelle, the deputy had his first daughter, Laura. The family lives in a luxury condominium in Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro.

military career

Bolsonaro attended the Preparatory School for Army Cadets and then the Academia Militar das Agulhas Negras, graduating in 1977. He served in the 9th Field Artillery Group, in Nioaque, MS, from 1979-81. After that, he joined the Parachute Infantry Brigade, where he specialized in parachuting. In 1983 he graduated in physical education at the Army Physical Education School, and became a jumping master with the Brigade. In 1987, he attended the School for the Improvement of Officers (EsAO).

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