On Saturday, as Brazilian college students, billionaires and governors alike gathered in an almost full auditorium at Harvard University, four first-term lawmakers discussed the future of Brazilian politics at the fifth edition of the Brazil Conference, a forum hosted every Spring at Harvard and MIT. The event, which this year featured over 20 politicians, including keynote speaker Vice President Hamilton Mourão and former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, also invited first-term representatives from all ends of the ideological spectrum to bring the conversation on political renewal to the table.
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