President of the Chamber, Arthur Lyra (PP-AL), scheduled meetings with party leaders to discuss the process of administrative reform and changes in the political system.
The talk about the administration will take place on Tuesday (June 8, 2021). The text was approved by the CCJ (Constitution and Justice Committee) and now requires a special committee to review before going to plenary.
Lyra set up a collegium last week and warned MPs that the meeting would take place. The administrative reform should not affect the already hired employees, but even in this case, the issue causes conflicts in the Accounts Chamber.
There should also be a meeting on political reform on the 3rd. On June 9, the Chamber is to receive the President of the TSE (Supreme Electoral Court), Luis Roberto Barroso, to discuss possible changes in the electoral system.
Elections are discussed in the House of Representatives in 3 directions. There is a special commission discussing the resumption of at least partial print voting – it decided to invite Barroso, and Lira expanded the event to a plenary session – and another discusses, among other things, the format of elections of deputies and councilors.
There is also a working group that analyzes the changes in the electoral legislation (the two previous discussions dealt with the changes in the Constitution), such as the rules of the election campaign.