The battle to reduce ICMS on fuel


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Since we talked about the disappearance of indigenist Bruno Pereira and English journalist Dom Phillips last week, the matter has gained crisis. Columnists participating in the podcast O Papo É were commenting on the matter when, unfortunately, news reached us that the suspects confessed to murdering environmentalists. That’s why this part was removed from the program. Our sincerest condolences go out to their family and friends. Always remembering that one of the Gazeta’s convictions concerns the defense of human dignity. Yes, even those we don’t agree with.

Two subjects remained. First, the battle to reduce or not the ICMS (state tax) on fuel. Government and opposition are fighting over the approval or rejection of the measure that will certainly have an impact on the election. And, as the issue involves our fragile federalism, do you have any doubts that the matter will reach the STF? By the way, Minister Alexandre de Moraes assumed the presidency of the TSE, the Superior Electoral Court. This means that he will preside over the elections.

What candid words did the Gazeta do Povo columnists Guilherme Fiuza and Rodrigo Constantino use to talk about these matters? This is the podcast O Papo É in its edition number 60.

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