Leaders of Brazil’s largest parties have delayed to next week an expected vote to start discussion in parliament on the country’s pension reform.

Earlier on Monday, House Speaker Rodrigo Maia said he expected the committee to approve the discussion in a vote on Tuesday.

But the government leader in the House, deputado Major Vitor Hugo (PSL-GO), said late on Monday that the vote, the first step to start discussing the draft reform, is now expected to take place next week.