Works arising from parliamentary amendments can now be followed up in a public domain site

Population may have access to proposals for councilors to the city.
03/08/2015 17h33 - Updated 3/08/2015 17h33
Photo: Robervaldo Rock / CMM

From Monday (3), both councilors of the Municipality of Manaus (CMM) as the very manauara company can consult and monitor the execution of works from amendments presented by the parliamentary Budget 2015 Municipal Executive, the e-mail address

The expectation of the Finance Secretary of the municipality, Ulysses Tapajós, and Mayor, Councilman Wilker Barreto (PHS), is that the works projects, not yet started, are ready to bid until the end of August. "We are over 50% the amendments providing for bidding works.

I see this as a great achievement of the municipal parliament. We now have meetings every Thursday in Semef. And the site is another tool that will add in monitoring the implementation of these works ", said Barreto.

The proposals of the councilors gave rise to 48 work projects and 56 projects for events and conventions. To meet them, the city administration provided funds in the amount of R $ 20 millions. Amendments need to be implemented by the end of this year. of 56 projects, 24 They have been executed, 27 They are running five because they are linked to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) waiting to be implemented.

Of works projects, Nineteen are in bidding process; 15 They are ready with the execution of projects and budgeted; 12 proposals are in Prourbis for the preparation of their project execution. Eight of these projects are ready to run, as he announced the president of the Prior Information Commission, Victor Garcia, at a meeting on Thursday (30).

"The Chamber will mark history by taking the role over 54 works ranging reform fairs, outdoor gyms and sports courts. So this is a positive agenda. I believe that by early October the works that have not yet started to happen ", estimated.

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