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Canada agrees to appoint former Bolsonaro minister as ambassador

Canada agrees to appoint former Bolsonaro minister as ambassador

The country made contact with the Embassy of Brazil to inform it that it had granted an “agrément,” a formal notice of acceptance

Former Foreign Minister Jair Bolsonaro (PL) Carlos França has been approved by Canada to be Brazil’s next ambassador to the country. It will be based in the capital, Ottawa. It is a job of great importance.

The official report was sent to the Brazilian embassy in the country on Wednesday (May 24, 2023). In the text, grant an agreementFrench word for “agreement”. It is used in diplomatic circles to say that a country has accepted the other’s nomination for the position of ambassador.

In the next few days, Itamarati will formalize admission. After that, he will send the request to the Civil House for interrogation in the Senate. After Saturday, if you are accepted, you can go to the country.

The nomination was expected before The power is 360 in January this year. The agrément request was sent only in April and now the answer has arrived.

Carlos França was Bolsonaro’s minister from April 2021 to December 2022. He replaced theater actor Ernesto Araujo. He conducted the administration smoothly and away from the conflicts with other countries, such as China, that his predecessor played.

Professional diplomat and has been working in Itamaraty since 1991. He started in the administration department. In 1997, he served in the ceremonial presidency of the government Fernando Henrique Cardoso (PSDB).

Then he served in the following countries: the United States, Paraguay and Bolivia.

In 2011, he returned to the ceremonial, in government Dilma Rousseff (PT). In 2015 he graduated from Itamarati and went to work in the private sector. He was Director of Corporate Affairs and Strategic Business at AG SA for Andrade Gutierrez Group.

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In 2017, he returned to his diplomatic career, headed the ceremonial department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was the deputy ceremonial head of the Presidency of the Republic. Under Jair Bolsonaro, in 2019, he became president of the post.