The Brazilian Constitutional Reform cabinet will be set in 2019 as a gathering set by the current government to structurally and systematically reform the constitution. The committee will gather the most prominent politicians and figures in an attempt of getting a diverse perspective on all topics and having qualified professionals to assist in the decision-making process. To achieve this, representatives from the three branches of government will be present and use their respective knowledge to ensure the reform is a well-rounded plan. Although reform cabinets usually only occur in the case of a national crisis, the current government believes the country needs a reform to redesign how the country functions and ensure a bright future for Brazil. The council will benefit from a crisis like, a malleable procedure that aims to prioritize debate and strong solutions. The three topics set in place will tackle all aspects of government, ranging from well established economic plans to recent issues that are being currently discussed in congress. With a diversity of politicians and topics, the committee is sure to really dig deep in all issues and provide well-developed solutions.
Discussing The future of the Plano Real
Redesigning the Pacto Federativo
Altering legislation regarding politicised education