"The Brazilian market for legal and unregulated gambling moves US$13.5 billion per year. The lottery offer transvestite in capitalization bonds, US$5.95 billion (44%); federal lotteries, US$4.05 billion (30%); state lotteries, US$94.5 million (0.7%); turf, US$81 million (0.6%); sports betting, US$1.05 billion (8%); jogo do bicho, US$809 billion (6%); casinos, US$800 million (6%); and bingos, US$635 million (4.7%)," according to Felipe Santa Cruz (president of OAB / RJ) and Pedro Trengrouse (FGV professor).
In the letter, Força Sindical reaffirms its opposition to any proposed reform that would weaken, dismantle or reduce the role of Public Social Security. “We fight for a universal and unprivileged Social Security,” they sates.
In the document, the entity reaffirms that "Social Security is a patrimony of Brazilians. We understand that any changes must be widely discussed with society and workers' representatives in a democratic and transparent way."
Source: GMB / Força Sindical