Cndl participates in debate on results and perspectives of the 2018 elections

The National Confederation of Shopkeepers (Cndl) participated, on the morning of today (09) of the Debate elections 2018 – Results and perspectives, promoted by the Brazilian Association of Institutional and Governmental relations (Abrig), in Brasilia, for associates and guests.

The analyses were conducted by the research manager of the FSB Institute, André Jácomo, who spoke about the effectiveness of the polls in the elections, by the political strategist Márcio Coimbra, who brought the panorama of the new Federal Senate, and Antônio Queiroz, director of Interunion Department of Parliamentary Advisory (DIAP), addressing the scenario of the House of Deputies.

For the project and events manager of Cndl, Daniel Sakamoto, who represented the entity at the event, understand the configuration of the National Congress in the new legislature is fundamental for the sector of commerce and services. "We have priority demands of the sector's interest in the Congress and are vital to continue to move the country. Abrig goes ahead by bringing a technical and impartial analysis of this new composition so that the Cndl system, as well as other associated entities, can plan its action before the new parliament. "

The political strategist Márcio Coimbra believes that the country experiences a moment of profound change with what he called the end of the New Republic. "All the great names to the Senate were slaughtered this Sunday (07). What we will see in 2019 is a completely pulverized Senate, full of beginners, many without experience, names that are going to be in power in the coming years, "he commented. "In view of this, the work of institutional and governmental relations (RIG) is fundamental to establish the agendas and make the new parliamentarians understand the affairs and the functioning of the house."

In relation to the guidelines of interest for the next parliamentary term, Antônio Queiroz, of DIAP, believes that "the tax, administrative and social security reforms will gain priority in the Government, already with a house of deputies with a renewal rate of 53%, since Of the 513 elected officials, 246 were in the exercise of the mandate and 267 are new parliamentarians ".

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