In order to favor companies like Shell and BP, environmental rules, local content and taxes were softened after meeting with the British minister.
[supsystic-social-sharing id='1′]A revealing report has just been released by one of the most acclaimed newspapers in the world, The Guardian. England's governance put pressure on Michel Temer, and they were successful, to change the regulatory guidelines for fossil fuel exploration in Brazil, favoring global companies like Shell and BP. The minister of Commerce, Greg Hands, who came to RJ and met with Paulo Pedrosa, secretary of Michel Temer's Ministry of Mines and Energy, was the one who was in the difficult task of making the Lobby.
"Given mission is accomplished mission"! With this motto, the English government managed without much difficulty for the government of our country to extinguish Brazilian local content requirements, soften compliance with environmental regulations and that large company in the oil segment tax multinationals, surpassing the incredible mark of R$ 1 trillion of taxes and bureaucracy collected by the country.
According to The Guardian itself in an interview with oil tankers, Michel Temer was nicknamed “Misshell Temer“because according to them, the Brazilian leader is going against the sovereignty of Brazil and handing everything over to foreigners, even eliminating capital rules, according to the newspaper. Click here to see the publication of the Journal. The translation of the text you find here, read carefully, as we are only replicating, we are not the authors of the text.