The President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said this Friday in Rio, which is not discussing the privatization of the Tom Jobim International Airport. This week, the governor Sergio Cabral (PMDB), complained of the conditions of the airport and turned to the Minister of Defence, Nelson Jobim, to request that the terminal would be passed to private initiative.
Lula stressed that the Gale�o have to recover the "real potential for which it was created. What we want is to improve the conditions of the Brazilian airports. It is important that many foreign aircraft pousem in Rio because the state is the face of Brazil," said .
" Lula also noted that seeks to make the Gale�o an airport "Class A, which is admired by passengers."
Also this Friday, in Sao Paulo, the president of Infraero (state which manages the airports of the country), Sergio Gaudenzi, again saying that the carnival will be quiet in the terminals.
"We achieved a final year much more tranquil. Expected If a chaos that has not happened. Sure you have also in the carnival will not happen," said Gaudenzi.
AND THE GOVERNMENT IN BRAZIL LIMPS ALONG---FAILING TO PRIVATIZE WHERE IT COULD BE DONE TO BEST EFFECT.