Lula Signs First Measures as President of Brazil

Lula Signs First Measures as President of Brazil

According to circles in his cabinet, quoted by the Brasil 247 portal, such provisions guarantee attention and visibility to areas that have historically been ignored at the South American giant.

In the normative acts, Lula initiates the reorganization of the arms control policy, guarantees the payment of 600 reais (about 112 dollars a month) for needy families, defines the structure of the presidium, the ministries, the fight against environmental crime, among others.

By issuing an interim measure, the ruler guarantees the payment of the 600 reais from Bolsa Familia for all more than 21 million beneficiary nuclei of the current income transfer program in the country.

This is the first measure to counter hunger and misery in the country.

Lula also extended the federal fuel tax exemption by an additional 60 days.

According to the sources, without the creation of public offices, the structure of the presidium and 37 ministries that make up the government opens up a new, more efficient management in the federal public administration.

Agencies share administrative structures, such as human resources and contracts, allowing departments to focus on public policy development and implementation.

In the case of arms, Lula signed a decree beginning the process of restructuring policy to control the war apparatus.

Aiming to increase the security of the Brazilian people, the order restricts access to weapons and ammunition and suspends the registration of new limited-use war equipment by hunters, marksmen and gatherers (CACs).

It is also suspending the approval of new shooting clubs until the new regulations are published.

The restrictions imposed by the decree signed by the new president include a ban on the transportation of municipal weapons, the practice of sport shooting by minors under the age of 18, and reducing the number of war teams from six to three ordinary citizens, among others.

After ownership was officially confirmed this Sunday, the mechanical extortionist returns to the main chair of the Planalto Palace, seat of the executive branch, for a third time as head of government number 39, 12 years after his last term as president (2006-2010).

The ex-union activist ran in parliamentary elections in 1989, 1994 and 1998 and was defeated. However, he emerged victorious in the court cases of 2002, 2006 and 2022.