Security officers may have a free pass for public transport

The proposal is deputy Platiny Soares and Councilman Joãozinho Miranda.
09/06/2015 16h28 - Updated 9/06/2015 16h28
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military police, firefighters, police officers, correctional officers and municipal guards may have a free pass to use public transportation in Manaus. The amendment of the Organic Law of the Municipality of Manaus (Loman) and inclusion of public safety officers gratuitously on public transport was agreed on late Monday (8) between Councilman Joãozinho Miranda (PTN) and vice president of the Public Safety Commission of Amazonas Legislative Assembly (hazard), Mr Soares Platiny (PV).

Joãozinho Miranda is the author of the amendment to Loman will give a free pass to the metropolitan guards and military police Manaus. After meeting with Mr Platiny Soares, Miranda secured the inclusion of other law enforcement officials in benefit. "With the suggested changes, we understand that the project gained more breadth. Today talked with Councilman Joãozinho Miranda, Project author, but we will seek the mayor, Wilker Barreto councilor and leader of Mayor Arthur Neto, Councilman Elias Emmanuel, for support in bringing ", Soares said Platiny.

Joãozinho Miranda reported that this week will look Councilman Alonso Oliveira (PTC), Chairman of the Special Committee on Review of the Organic Municipality of the City of Manaus Law (CERLOMAN / CMM), to propose to amend the draft text already in progress. "In case it's not possible, as soon as the Board approves the new Loman, we will propose the amendment to include the security officers ", assured Joãozinho Miranda.

According to the new text, It will be provided to security personnel - police and firefighters, correctional officers, civilian police and metropolitan guards - the free pass to use public transport. "In conversation with Councilman Johnny, we opted for the free pass so that the police need to be identified, thus ensuring their safety and anonymity to enter the public transport ", Soares said Platiny.


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