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Energy (Brazil): what do we want?

Energy: what do we want?

Competitive energy sources is what should guide the action of our three powers (Executive, Legislative and Judiciary). 

After all, why pay for all the official infrastructure of human and material resources related to the energy sector?

In times of systemic budget imbalance in Brazil, my suggestion is to eliminate the whole nomenklatura of the sector. For the simple fact that we are the most expensive among the BRICS in energy.

It would be more than opportune to make a new experience: by eliminating the organs that keep Brazil as a laggard in the energy prices arena. We don't need them!

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