Barreto announces that CMM signed in May an agreement to integrate radio network of the Federal Chamber

People can follow the schedule of the Parliament.
08/03/2016 14h51 - Updated 8/03/2016 14h53
Photo: James Correa (CMM)

The Mayor of Manaus (CMM), Councilman Wilker Barreto (PHS), announced, in the gallery of the parliamentary House, early on Tuesday (8), what, not next day 2 of May, the Legislature will sign an agreement with the Federal Chamber to join the Radio Network that the Legislative Power. Confirme or president of CMM, FM channel is already guaranteed by the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel).

"We've had the return of Communications Secretary of the Federal Chamber, Congressman Green Cleber, which said it has been in Anatel and are ensuring the FM radio channel, Manaus to the Chamber this year. That is, our pronouncements, our everyday lives, will go live for this metropolis FM waves ", said Barreto, to highlight, also, his thanks to Congresswoman Conceição Sampaio (PP), who helped in the negotiations.

"I want the public to thank and acknowledge all the efforts of the federal Conceição Sampaio Mrs, which was fundamental for now on 2 May we have the signing of the agreement to our radio House. Manaus was out of the Federal House bill, but Mrs Conceição, which was already this House, You know the importance of this communication tool for the parliament ", He stressed.

With the network, the population of the Amazon and around the capital will follow the schedule of the municipal parliament and also the Federal Chamber. currently, the plenary sessions of CMM are transmitted in open channel on television and also the cable via NET, through a shared signal to the Amazonas Legislative Assembly (hazard). on the internet, transmission occurs by the Manaus Chamber Portal.

"Over the mandate the people can evaluate and judge their parliamentary. I am very happy to leave for the next legislatures a very important legacy to the city of Manaus ", concluded Wilker, which was congratulated by Councilor Isaac Tayah (PSD), after his speech.

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