“We are increasingly characterized as a country that maybe won’t work”: Roberto Brant talks about a crisis in the Brazilian political system and brings suggestions for the social security issue.

  • Roberto Brant

Biografia do Autor

Roberto Brant
Professor and Bachelor of Laws, Roberto Brant was a constituent Congressmanand Minister of Social Security and Welfare between 2001 and 2002. He is currentlythe president of the CNA Institute, a non-profit civil association that developssocial and agribusiness studies and research. Since 2017, he has also been acounselor of the TCU Center for Advanced Studies in Public Administration andControl (Cecap). In an interview to the TCU Journal, Brant talks about the currentBrazilian political scenario, the challenges for the sustainability of the social securitysystem, and the role of the courts of accounts in this process.