MPC recommends that Sepror reevaluate use of Supply Center, in Iranduba

Recommendation was forwarded after the agency identify a low setting of family farmers on site.
05/07/2016 13h09 - Updated 5/07/2016 13h09
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The 1st Prosecutor of Auditors prosecutors (MPC) Amazonas State Court of Auditors (TCE-AM), recommended, on Monday (4), the Secretary of State for Rural Production (Sepror) re-evaluate the family farming Supply Center project, in the municipality of Iranduba (located 27 kilometers from the capital), due to low fixation of family farmers on site.

According to information provided by Sepror, the structure built after the Rio Negro Bridge cost the public coffers R $ 5.938.636,33, with built area 7.540 m², containing 88 boxes, 28 stones and food court with six restaurants.

On a visit carried out on site by the head of 1st Attorney's MPC, accounts prosecutor Carlos Alberto Almeida, no dia 30 of June, it was found that the site is abandoned. According to the prosecutor, most of the boxes for family farmers are closed and the water treatment is disabled. “It's a matter of time before the structure is vandalized and dilapidated”, said Attorney.

It was also found that some of the merchants moved to the front of the center, in wood huts. Others left the place and settled, precariously, less than 1 kilometer site, the raceway's edge, resulting risks to their own safety and drivers, in a makeshift fair.

In this scenario, 1st Attorney's MPC recommended, still, that Sepror draw up a new strategy to promote the effective use of the physical space of the Family Agriculture Supply Center, in Iranduba, requalifying the environment.


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