Several retired generals will serve as ministers and close advisers.
Bolsonaro, 63, said he planned to govern "following the teachings of God, alongside the Brazilian constitution and with good technical advice, without political leanings".
An outspoken Trump admirer, Bolsonaro also vowed to realign Brazil with more advanced economies, such as the United States, overhauling diplomatic priorities after almost a decade and a half of leftist rule.
"It's one thing to govern using social networks when it doesn't matter what you say; the economy is doing well", said Joel Velasco, a principal at the Albright Stonebridge strategy group and former advisor to the USA ambassador in Brazil.
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The protests on Tuesday were small compared to the thousands of Brazilians who went on to the streets on Sunday to celebrate the victory of Bolsonaro, who will assume the presidency of Brazil on January 1. That this campaign promise resonated more with Brazilian voters than they were put off by Mr. Bolsonaro's dangerously regressive outbursts and polarising verbal attacks denigrating women and minorities, supporting torture, and threatening opponents with violence, says much about the mood of the nation today. His chief economic advisor is Paulo Guedes, a University of Chicago-trained free-market economist. New rules will boost investment in infrastructure, he told reporters. "The lack of fiscal space, a high unemployment rate and a sluggish economic recovery will also likely limit economic policy options".
With Guedes leading the way, Bolsonaro has promised to introduce pension reform in Brazil, deregulate industries, privatize state-run companies like PetroBras and cut away at red tape.
Bolsonaro appeared in public Tuesday for the first time as president-elect.
"As two of the largest democracies and economies in the world, we are working together to address the 21st century's most pressing global and regional challenges", she said. He will oversee the transition from Rio this week and fly to the capital Brasilia next week, Lorenzoni added.
Bolsonaro is due to travel to Brasilia next week to meet with outgoing President Michel Temer, said Bebianno.
"The PT elected Bolsonaro", he said in an interview published Wednesday.
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