In a letter to Congress, Fearing criticism Dilma management

no document, Fearing says that improvements in programs such as Bolsa Família and Fies are a priority of his government.
09/07/2016 12h42 - Updated 10/07/2016 12h31
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Interim President Michel Temer wrote a letter to Congress in which he says that has commitment to social programs and criticizes the management of President Dilma Rousseff away.

no document, sent on Friday (8) parliamentarians, Fearing says that improvements in programs such as Bolsa Família and the Student Financing Fund (Fies) They are a priority of his government.

In citing the reset 12,5% which will be awarded to the average Família benefit this month, the interim president mentioned the figures and said the increase "is superior to 9% announced in May and not implemented by the previous management and is above inflation the past 12 months ".

According to Temer, They were transferred over R $ 200 million for 2.650 municipalities serving children benefited from the program in kindergartens. "We are honoring the commitments that were not met in the previous government and releasing the second installment of what should have been paid in 2015.", said.

Second or interim president, the government is working "tirelessly" for families to improve their income and no longer depend on the Bolsa Família. He also said he has worked to "improve the income transfer mechanisms for the poorest".

"We can not allow these important benefits have diverted its course and, for this, I determined an update of the register of beneficiaries, causing the resources to effectively reach those who really need ", wrote.

According to the message, the government has also prioritized education by authorizing the creation of 75 thousand jobs in Fies and the allocation of resources is part of the understanding that the reduction of inequality in the country requires education.

"For this government, education is key to the country. That is why, expanding the actions in this area, released R $ 700 million for programs for education ", says.

Source: Agency Brazil

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