Former president of Urucará Chamber has reproved accounts by TCE-AM

Nixon Castro Guimarães will have to pay a fine of R $ 12,7 one thousand.
06/07/2016 17h02 - Updated 6/07/2016 17h02
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During the 23th Plenary Session of the State Audit Court (TCE-AM), held this morning (06), collegiality judged irregular accountability of former Mayor of Urucará Nixon Castro Guimarães, for the financial year 2014. According to the counselor-rapporteur of the case, Mario de Mello, among the constraints that were not remedied in accountability and led the college to take such a decision were the issue of commitments and payments of expenses without bidding procedure and without signing a contract, at odds with the constitutional obligation to bid prepared in item XXI, do art. 37 of the Federal Constitution; and commitment of notes issued by the entity without complete filling, especially with the absence of information regarding linking to the previous bidding process, contract number / term entered, terms and other relevant information, pursuant to Article. 62, §2º da Lei n.º 8666/93. The former president of the Chamber Urucará were applied fines and disallowance of R $ 12,7 one thousand.

The board also held regular with caveats, without fines, the rendering of accounts of the Executive Secretariat of Protection and Civil Defense – SEPDEC, exercise 2014, Secretary of the responsibility of José Fernando de Farias; and Modernization Program of the Tax Administration and the Social Sectors Management Basics, exercise 2014, of responsibility Ulysses Tapajós Neto.

Change in sessions TEC
Also during the 23th session of the Full Court, the Commission of Law and Internal Rules of the Court of Accounts, chaired by Councilor ECA vice president of Yara Amazon Lins dos Santos, tabled the amendment to draft resolution 04/2002, amending the dates of the adjudicative / ordinary and administrative sessions of the Full Court Wednesday TCE for Tuesday at 10 am.

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