The work of the government transition team has begun in Brazil this month, under the leadership of Vice President Geraldo Alckmin. The transition team already has more than 110 people, among collaborators, volunteers, and technicians, in addition to 50 names made official in the Official Gazette, according to the limit allowed by the Constitution.
Meanwhile, the National Congress gradually resumed its work in November, after October's runoff. In the Senate, President Rodrigo Pacheco (PSD-MG) announced that during this month there would be a concentrated effort to vote on pending issues from the pre-election period. For an overview of recent political and economic developments in Brazil, as well as a special deep dive on tech and AI, read EGA Brazil's latest monthly scenario.