All the President's Men (and Women)

    All the President's 
Men (and Women)

    President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's cabinet members

    are mostly from his own party, the PT. Four of them are
    women, five have no party affiliation. Here’s a list and
    the pictures of the new ministers and secretaries.
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