Chief of Staff of Brazil


Chief of Staff of Brazil
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Chief of Staff of the Presidency
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Current minister Gleisi Hoffmann
since: June 8, 2011
Established 1 December 1938[1]
Command structure Presidency
Headquarters Palácio do Planalto
Annual budget US$ 3.1 billion (2009)[2]
Website www.casacivil.gov.br


The Chief of Staff of the Presidency of the Republic (Portuguese: Chefe da Casa Civil da Presidência da República) is the highest-ranking member of the Executive Office of Brazil, and a senior aide to the President.[3]

In Brazil, the Chief of Staff is a member of the president's cabinet, with the rank of Minister.

Responsibilities

The Chief of Staff is responsible for assisting the President, and overseeing all cabinet requests and bureaucratic procedures involving the Presidency. They are also responsible for negotiations with Congress and state governors. For this reason, the presidential Chief of Staff is generally regarded as the "second most powerful person in Brazil".[4]

References

  1. ^ Casa Civil - Histórico Casa Civil da Presidência da República. Retrieved on 2010-09-17. (Portuguese)
  2. ^ Câmara dos Deputados - Orçamento Geral da União, 2009 Câmara dos Deputados. Retrieved on 2010-09-17. (Portuguese)
  3. ^ Casa Civil - Competência Casa Civil da Presidência da República. Retrieved on 2010-09-17. (Portuguese)
  4. ^ Presidência da República - Lei no. 10.869, de 13 de Maio de 2004 Presidência da República. Retrieved on 2010-09-17. (Portuguese)

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