FIESP president Paulo Skaf was very clear.
"It is the moment for serenity, balance.
It's time for Congress to vote on projects that are good for Brazil," he
said, referring to Cunha's proposal to dramatically increase government expenditures, and aggravate the deficit. It was, in short, a call for governability, as "it is time to put aside personal or partisan ambitions," the industrialists said.