The far-right politician said the decision is due to Collor de Mello's proposals in favor of reducing fuel taxes as demanded by truckers, a social group that supports Bolsonaro.
Since leaving the presidency, Collor de Mello has aligned himself more and more with the right-wing proposals. When he was a senator, he also voted in favor of impeachment against leftist President Dilma Rousseff.
He joined the advisory board after stating that it is necessary to support Bolsonaro's administration during a public meeting in last January.
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