After a promise made to governors to facilitate the approval of the pension reform, the federal government goes back and wants to create shortcuts that prevent states from using oil resources to be allocated on the payroll of servers State public.
According to information disclosed on Tuesday (30), by Folha de S. Paulo, members of the Ministry of Economics stated that they study to present a proposal to the National Congress still this semester to prohibit expenditures considered as "purposes Inadequate ". The goal is to prevent governors from allocating petroleum-derived funds to pay for server salaries, increase benefits and grant adjustments.
The basic text of the pension reform was approved in the first round in the House of Deputies with 379 favorable votes. The vote for the second round is scheduled to take place on August 6, after the parliamentary recess. If approved, the proposal will be forwarded to Congress. The post-reform agenda includes the realization of the pre-salt Megaleilão this year, scheduled to take place three months later, on November 6th, and which, according to the federal government's estimate, should raise about R $106 billion.
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