Lira said she spoke with Fiesp president Paulo Skaf, one of the movement’s main articulators, who reportedly postponed the publication. Photo: Michel Jesus / Chamber of Deputies
The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Arthur Lira (PP-AL), said that the disclosure of the manifesto created by the Federation of Industries of São Paulo (Fiesp), with the participation of other organizations, including the Brazilian Federation of Banks (Febraban), will be postponed. The letter to the Three Powers elicited a counter reaction from state-owned banks, which threatened to leave the entity.
In a statement to O Globo newspaper, Lira said she spoke with Fiesp president Paulo Skaf, one of the movement’s main articulators, who reportedly postponed the publication until after the September 7 vacation. The congressman also said he was not aware of the terms of the manifesto, but that there would be no mention of President Jair Bolsonaro’s name. The note, according to him, would be intended only to calm the atmosphere between the Three Powers.