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The slowness of the Brazilian senate is being criticised



The Brazilian Senate is currently reviewing a draft law on the liberalisation of the domestic online gaming market.
This process has been highly criticised for its slowness for some time now.
The text is facing too many reviews by too many different committees.
The project has been introduced by Senator Ciro Nogueira prior to the football World Cup that was held in Brazil this summer.
The project is expected to open the domestic market for Internet gambling at a federal level.

A desire to a maximum delay of the implementation of the measure

When they received the new Bill the Brazilian Senate decided to ask government agencies to review the text.
The official statement is that these numerous reviews were set up to ensure that the possible opening of the Brazilian market for online gambling will take place under the best auspices.
For this reason, the measure is to be reviewed by the The Commission for Science, Technology & Innovation, The Brazilian IT & Communications Agency; The Commission for Economic Affairs and The Commission for Justice and Citizenship.
Supporters of the law for the liberalisation of online gambling noted, that the review process for the project is being paralysed by the bureaucracy of the Senate.
These do not seem to be seriously dealing with the case, but seem to be wanting a maximum delay of the implementation of the measure.
The Senate also did not even give a date for the review of the text by the federal government.


A measure inspired by Europe

The Brazilian law on the liberalisation of online gambling includes establishing a regulatory authority that is based on a European model.
It would regulate online services related to sports betting, online casino and poker.
The implementation would close a gap in Brazil’s digital/Internet law that currently allows offshore operators to target national clients.
The bill that is being supported by Ciro Nogueira also requires that operators seeking to enter the online gambling market in Brazil will need physical operations set up in the region in Brazil, regardless of their country of origin.

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