wage increase 41,5% Judiciary advances in SenateThe text still has to be considered by the full House.
The Economic Affairs Committee of the Senate approved on Tuesday (28) the bill that grants a readjustment 41,5% for the Judiciary servers. The vote was marked by discussions between itself allied with the interim government of Michel Temer. The text still has to be considered by the full House.
The vote was made possible only after an agreement made to the Minister of Planning, Dyogo Oliveira, explain to the collegiate budgetary and fiscal impacts that the proposed salary increases of public servants will package into the coffers of the Union. He will participate in a public hearing on Wednesday (6).
The discussion on the proposal was long and split the allied base in committee. PSDB senators questioned the lack of information about the real impact of the proposal and criticized the moment it was presented, as the country faces an economic crisis. Toucans wanted to postpone the vote but were defeated.
Senator Romero Juca (PMDB-RR), who came to take the planning for a few days at the beginning of Temer management, He defended the vote and said the increases are lower than inflation and are within budget and below the spending limit proposed by the government for the coming years. “We are not here spending more than we”, said.
The project still has to be voted by the full House but lawmakers made an agreement in the committee so that it is only ruled after meeting with the Minister.
The payment of the adjustment will be made in eight non-cumulative installments up 2019. According to the Planning, the cumulative impact on the judiciary servers will be $ 11,5 billion, being R $ 2 billion in 2016, R$ 4 billion in 2017 and R $ 5,6 billion in 2018. Already the complete package, establishing the salary increase for other sectors as well, may have a cumulative impact of R $ 67,7 billion.
The readjustment project of the salaries of ministers of the Supreme Court, initially composed the readjustments package, It should not be voted by the Senate. It increases the salaries of ministers from the current R $ 33,7 thousand to R $ 39,2 one thousand.
Much of parliamentarians and the government itself are contrary to the ripple effect that would cause an increase in EU spending, States and municipalities, since the salaries of STF ministers serve as parameter to the roof of the civil service.