Brazil Daily

Brazil’s political week starts with question marks

Firing is a dish best served fried

Another man down in the Jair Bolsonaro administration. Joaquim Levy, the former World Bank director who was leading the National Development Bank (BNDES), resigned on Sunday morning. The move came after the president publicly said Mr. Levy was hanging onto his job by a thread, after naming a high-ranking officer during the Workers’ Party era to a director’s position.

Economists and businessmen were unanimous in defending Mr. Levy.

For having served for less than a year as Dilma Rousseff’s Finance Minister, Mr. Levy was always treated with...

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