The House’s Special Committee will kick off activities today. Formed by 49 members and 49 alternates, the body will be responsible for analyzing (in 10 to 40 sittings) the details of the proposal and amend the current bill. The committee’s chairman, Congressman Marcelo Ramos, expects to promote 11 public hearings with up to 60 guests to defend their points of view on the reform.
Mr. Ramos is unsure of how long it will take to pass the bill in
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