Brazil's new president, Jair Bolsonaro, came out swinging in his very first week in office, introducing changes to remake his country around his far-right agenda - but proving less ambitious than expected on economic reforms.
Retired Army General Augusto Heleno, Bolsonaro's security adviser, said that the president is planning to follow the US' lead in moving the embassy to Jerusalem, but that "logistical considerations" were in the way, Reuters reported on Thursday.
Days later he rowed back, saying "it is not yet decided", apparently responding to fears of Brazil's powerful farming businesses that an embassy move could put at risk $1 billion in meat exports to Arab markets.
Bolsonaro's election campaign included promises to transition parts of Brazil's economy away from state-run enterprises to more private sector operations, and a tweet on Thursday appeared to underline a commitment to that ideology.
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The Agriculture Ministry will also oversee the demarcation of lands belonging to Quilombolas, ancestors of slaves who live in independent communities in Brazil.
New Foreign Minister Ernesto Araujo indirectly criticized the LGBT community as being "those that say they are not men and women".
Blaming Iran as the major vocal opposition against the embassy move, Bolsonaro further added that "the only weighty voice speaking out against me is Iran". "The World Trade Organization itself is beginning the process of reforms".
Additionally, reports emerged Saturday of discomfort among top military brass at Bolsonaro's idea of maybe having a United States military base on Brazilian soil.
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The ultra-right politician has never made a secret of the fact, who is to be a role model: U.S. President Donald Trump.
The comment confirmed a statement by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who arrived in Brazil last week to attend Bolsonaro's January 1 investiture.
"It will be my first trip outside Brazil", he told SBT television in his first interview since being sworn in on Tuesday.
The same shake-up could be extended to other ministries, he said.
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During his presidential campaign, Bolsonaro had said that he was considering placing indigenous affairs under the ministry of agriculture, alleging lands should be opened to commercial activities that are now banned. Brazilian markets soared on promises to shrink government. "We don't see any signs there will be any other government infrastructure to handle LGBT issues".