Temer meets Infrastructure CenterThe government may open new public concessions procedures for airports, ports, highways and federal railways.
Continuing the strategy of forming cross-cutting thematic units of government, or interim president, Michel Temer, participated this morning (27) the first meeting of core infrastructure. So far it has not informed the meeting agenda.
No last day 22, the Executive Secretary of the Partnership and Investment Program, Moreira Franco, announced, without giving details, the government will open new public concessions procedures for airports, ports, highways and federal railways.
Today's meeting attended by Ministers of Transport, Ports and Civil Aviation, Mauritius Quintella; Environment, Sarney Filho; Mines and Energy, Fernando Coelho Filho; National Integration, hélder barbalho; Cities, Bruno Araújo; and the Acting Minister of Planning, Dyogo Oliveira. Also participating in the meeting, the government leader in the Senate, Aloysio Nunes (PSDB-SP); the government leader in the House, André Moura (PSC-SE); and the government leader in Congress, Rose de Freitas (PMDB-ES).
Last week was made the first meeting of another thematic group created by the interim government, in order to deal more quickly matters considered emerging and priority: or institutional core, that aggregates the ministerial portfolios of Staff, Justice, Defense, Foreign, Planning, Transparency, beyond the Institutional Security Cabinet, Department of Government and Attorney General of the Union.
Also last week created the Economic Committee, formed by the Ministries of Planning; of Foreign Affairs; Industry, Trade and Services; Agriculture, Livestock and Supply; Science, Technology and inovation; Labour and Tourism, in addition to the Civil House.
This group was set up with the aim of studying measures for the resumption of economic activity in the country. At the first meeting of this group, it was decided that its members deliver in 15 days the interim president Michel Temer proposals for the resumption of economic activity.