As Brazil Monitor released yesterday, the British newspaper The Guardian released public documents that argue that the Executive gave in to London’s orders to change the rules and benefit the Shell and BP companies.
The revelation of the British newspaper The Guardian that disseminated public documents that argue that the government of Michel Temer yielded to London’s orders to change oil rules and benefit the companies Shell and BP sparked a scandal in Brazil.
The Deputy Minister of Mines and Energy of Brazil, Paulo Pedrosa, admitted that he met with British Trade Minister Greg Hands, but denied that it had been a lobby in favor of relaxing the Brazilian rules of national content for the oil industry. .
The opposition anticipated that it will request reports in Congress from the Ministry of Mines and Energy about the official documentation presented by The Guardian, said Senator Roberto Requiao, former governor of Paraná and the opposition wing of the governing Party of the Brazilian Democracy Movement (PMDB).