Belarmino Lins celebrates R $ 527 Melo million to invest in projects in the Amazonresources, second parliamentary, They should be released via the Bank of Brazil for investments in works and expropriations.
According to the deputy Belarmino Lins, PROS leader in Amazonas Legislative Assembly (hazard), in the two days he spent in Brasilia Governor Jose Melo (Pros) He managed not only to renegotiate the debt of the State with interim president Michel Temer (PMDB) and the Minister of Finance, Henrique Meirelles, but obtained other significant victory as the guarantee of the Planalto Palace on the release of R $ 527 million for investment in various sectors, including education, not Amazonas.
As an aside to the representative's speech David Almeida (PSD), Tuesday session (22) give dice, Belarmino said funds in the amount of R $ 300 million basted by Melo with the National Treasury (STN). resources, second detailed the parliamentary, They should be released via the Bank of Brazil for investments in works and expropriations involving the support of the Public Investment Programme (spillage), besides the construction of roads inside.
Belarmino also celebrated governor's efforts to release R $ 130 million in escrow deposits of oil and gas royalties owed by Petrobras to the State of Amazonas. The release of funds already has the approval of the Attorney General (AGU), missing only the resolution of some bureaucratic details for the transfer to be made to the Amazon, said the vice president of Aleam.
Education and health
According to Belão, Also worth mentioning the efforts of Jose Melo by the Minister of Education, Mendonça Filho, achieving the commitment of the MEC increase in R $ 40 the millions of Fundeb the state transfers from 2017.
The deputy emphasized, still, Senator action to Omar Aziz (PSD-AM) to prioritize R $ 7 million for health in the Amazon through individual amendments in Congress. "Senator Omar no doubt, strives to contemplate the specialized care units in Mansaus well and watch the state with good quality health services ", said.