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“Our team’s work is guided by the principles of public interest, collaboration, transparency, planning, agility and continuity of service,” Alckmin wrote on Twitter, also thanking Lula for his trust .

Journalistic media assure that the first demonstration by far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro after the lost election on Sunday reduced the uncertainties about the transition.

The signal was given by the chief minister of the Civil House, Ciro Nogueira, following the brief statement made by the former military president last Tuesday.

According to Nogueira, the incumbent head of state has approved the start of the process, a point that has been closely followed by the market.

The device coordinated by Alckmin can have up to 50 members who are appointed by the town hall in commission.

Such a group must be knowledgeable about the workings of government agencies and agencies and be able to request data about federal government public accounts, programs and projects.

In addition, he must preside over the first acts of the President-elect and may hold functions up to 10 days after the inauguration, which is scheduled for January 1, 2023.

The process has been initiated in Brazil since Fernando Henrique Cardoso changed for Lula’s first term in 2003.

When Bolsonaro and Michel Temer switched in 2018, 27 names were named for the transition team, which was then led by then-Federal MP and now-defeated candidate for Rio Grande do Sul government Onyx Lorenzoni.

This year, a commission from the Union’s Court of Auditors must accompany the process. A meeting for the position was announced on October 31 and will be coordinated by the current head of that court, Bruno Dantas.

In the first ballot on October 2, the Labor Party’s power candidate won 48.43 percent of the valid votes, while Bolsonaro, who was seeking re-election for the Liberal Party, got 43.20 percent.

Since none of the politicians in this procedure achieved the absolute majority of votes, i.e. more than half of the valid votes (without empty and zero votes), according to the electoral law, they challenged the ballot.

The former mechanical lathe operator narrowly triumphed in the second shift on October 30 with 50.90 percent compared to 49.10 for the former parachutist.