Both bills were included in a "positive agenda" announced Tuesday by Renan Calheiros as a response to the demands of the demonstrations that have rocked the country over the past two weeks.
"All the bills will be voted upon," said Calheiros, who also proposed that the Senate not go into recess on July 18, as scheduled, but rather continue working.
"Society is demanding improvements in day to day (life)" and no branch of government "can turn a deaf ear to those demands," he said.
Calheiros said that also to be included on the new agenda will be bills that will increase the penalties for violent crimes and corruption, which are at the heart of the demands expressed in the protests.
Source: Fox News