CME discusses transparency of tariff flags

At the request of Members Eduardo da Fonte (PP-PE) and Greyce Elias (Avante-MG), the Mine and Energy Commission (CME) promoted an audience In the House of Deputies to discuss the current system of collection of public of the tariff flags.

MEPs argue that the objective of flagging prices To the consumer and alert to the conscious use of energy has been distorted and, Currently, the system acts as a collection mechanism. According to the court Union (TCU), from the beginning of the programme until February 2018 Were raised R $21.6 billion in additional tariff flags.

The Federal Public Prosecutor's Office (MPF), represented by the Prosecutor of the Republic, João Raphael Lima, was also present at the hearing And defended the need for greater clarity in the definition of tariff values For consumers.

"We need to give greater transparency to the production process Of the data to be applied to the formula of the tariff flags. If a Policy was created, there should be transparency and publicity in the way she will be implemented, so that consumers are aware and informed and May even question it, "Lima reported.

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