Senador Ciro Nogueira assumirá comando da Casa Civil, diz presidente

O presidente Jair Bolsonaro confirmou hoje (dia 22) que o senador Ciro Nogueira (PP-PI) vai assumir a Casa Civil da Presidência República, em uma reforma ministerial que deve acontecer na semana que vem. “Está praticamente certo. Vamos botar um senador aqui na Casa Civil que pode manter um diálogo melhor com o parlamento brasileiro”, disse Bolsonaro em entrevista à Rádio Banda B, de Curitiba, nesta manhã.

“A princípio é ele [Ciro Nogueira], conversei com ele já, ele aceitou. Ele está em recesso, chega em Brasília segunda-feira, converso com ele, acertamos os ponteiros. E a gente toca o barco. É uma pessoa que eu conheço há muito tempo, ele chegou em 95 na Câmara, eu cheguei em 91”, explicou.

Bolsonaro também confirmou a recriação do Ministério do Trabalho e Previdência, que, no início do governo, foi agrupado com outros quatro ministérios para a criação do Ministério da Economia, sob o comando do ministro Paulo Guedes. O atual ministro da Secretaria Geral, Onyx Lorenzoni, será o titular deste novo ministério e o atual chefe da Casa Civil, Luiz Eduardo Ramos, assumirá seu lugar na Secretaria Geral.

“Ele mesmo [Paulo Guedes] concordou com tirá-lo dessa parte para passar para esse novo ministério. Dá uma descompressão no Paulo Guedes e deixa o Onyx para tratar dessa questão importantíssima [trabalho]”, disse o presidente.

De acordo com Bolsonaro, o número de ministérios será restabelecido para o total de 23. Em fevereiro deste ano, com a aprovação da autonomia do Banco Central, o órgão perdeu status de ministério e se transformou em autarquia federal.

Agora, a pasta de Trabalho e Previdência completará a lista. “Não vai pesar em nada as finanças. Não vamos criar cargos, é apenas uma mudança de secretarias do Ministério da Economia para esse novo ministério”, explicou.

Em março deste ano, o presidente já havia promovido uma reforma ministerial, com trocas em seis ministérios: Casa Civil e Secretaria de Governo, ambas ligadas à Presidência da República, ministérios da Justiça e Segurança Pública, das Relações Exteriores e da Defesa e também da Advocacia-Geral da União (AGU).

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