BRASILIA, April 24 The revised draft of Brazil's
pension reform bill looks more likely to be approved by
lawmakers now that a series of issues to streamline retirement
benefits have been addressed and reworked, a senior Cabinet
minister said on Monday.
Political parties supporting President Michel Temer's
congressional support base have found the new pension reform
bill draft "very reasonable," which increases the likelihood it
will be passed, said Antonio Imbassahy, the government
undersecretary for government at the presidency, at a news
conference in Brasilia.
(Reporting by Marcela Ayres; Editing by Sandra Maler)