Paulo Guedes abandons interview on RedeTV! after question about nursing floor

Paulo Guedes abandons interview on RedeTV! after question about nursing floor
Paulo Guedes abandons interview on RedeTV! after question about nursing floor

When leaving the studio, the minister also said that it would be better for the station not to show the answers he had already given up to that moment.

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247 – The Minister of Economy of Jair Bolsonaro (PL), Paulo Guedes, interrupted an interview with journalist Luís Ernesto Lacombe, on RedeTV!, this Wednesday (21), after being asked about the nursing salary floor. The information is from Cristina Padiglione’s column from Folha de S. Paulo.

When the matter came up, the minister interrupted the recording of the interview, ripped off the lapel microphone and left the studio. The column also reports that, on leaving, Guedes said it would be better for the station not to show the answers he had already given up to that moment.

Lacombe himself would not have liked to get into the issue of the nursing floor, but the head of RedeTV! insisted that the topic be addressed during the interview. The conversation would air on Friday, at 00:20, on the Agora com Lacombe program. It was not informed whether the portion recorded up to the moment of the interruption will be televised.

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