25 de junio de 2013, 13:04Brasilia, Jun 25 (Prensa Latina) Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff, summons today the highest representatives of the Senate, the Order of Attorneys of Brazil (OAB) and Supreme Federal Court (STF) to look for support of her proposals for changes.
In the meeting with Marcus Vinicius Furtado Coelho, OAB’s president, Joaquim Barbosa, from STF, and Renan Calheiros from the upper house, Rousseff is expected to set out her project of calling a plebiscite for a Constituent Assembly to boost the politic reform.
The Constituent Assembly is included in the initiative of political transformation, one of the five measures announced by the president that gives a reply to the demands of millions of people that over two weeks have marched on the main Brazilian cities.
The meetings will be held after that governors backed Rousseff’s proposals of advancing on five main subjects: Fiscal Responsibility and Control of Inflation; Politic Reform; Health; Public Transportation; and Education, addressed at the overcoming of the present crisis.
On that regard, the minister of Education, Aloizio Mercadante, confirmed the creation of 4 work groups formed by highest authorities of the 26 states, plus the Federal District and the governors of the city states, to determine the priorities and take measures to improve public transport, education and health.