Brazil’s President Left Without a Pension After Failing to Prove He’s Alive

The odd mix-up occurred after pension office administrators in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo indicated that the president had failed to provide them with the necessary paperwork to prove his condition back in September, when he celebrated his birthday.
Brazil’s President Left Without a Pension After Failing to Prove He’s Alive
President Michel Temer, 77, was left pensionless after officials suspended his payouts for the months of November and December because he did not take a ‘proof of life’ test two months earlier, local media reported.
As a result of the mistake, Sao Paulo Social Security, the government office which manages the pensions of state employees, withheld checks in the amount of 45,000 Brazilian reals (about $15,000 US), which Temer has been entitled to receive since his

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