Bruno Covas, the chairman of Sao Paulo, passed on of disease on Sunday, as indicated by the press office of Brazil’s greatest city. He was 41.
Covas, a grandson of a legislative leader of Sao Paulo state, was chosen as state senator and later to the public congress prior to turning out to be civic chairman in 2018. He was reappointed as city hall leader a year ago.
His gathering, the Brazilian Social Democracy Party, grieved his demise, depicting Covas as one of its ″most promising and splendid pioneers” and commending his endeavors to assemble new schools, medical clinics and lodging for Sao Paulo.
Covas, who accepted leave from his position toward the beginning of May, was experiencing malignant growth of the stomach related framework. A month ago, specialists said the malignant growth had spread to his liver and bones.
The appointee chairman, Ricardo Nunes, will lead the city for the rest of the chairman’s term, which closes in mid 2025.