City Council Manaus: Councilman Francisco today is the DayDay has been mayor of CMM, time when the 'defaulters’ They did not receive discounts on their salaries.
Councilman we'll meet on Monday (25), Francisco is the Day (PSD), who is in his second term as councilor of Manaus. Day currently holds the position in the Steering Committee of the Manaus City Hall (CMM) as the third secretary and at the beginning of the current legislature was Corregidor, time that was the target of several critical.
In 2014, absent councilors were 'good’ not receive faults and therefore had the right to fully receive their salaries, by decision account Alderman Day, who was then mayor of CMM. Amid discussions on fouls discounts, parliamentary even said it would be done the payroll deduction, but he backtracked and said the decision had been dismissed.
The controversy is because on 21 August a total of 16 councilors missed the plenary session, during the Agenda, period that occurs to the polls.
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At the time of the controversial electronic panel, the councilman management Isaac Tayah, Journey would have declared at first unaware that the purchase and then, in another moment, He told the press that it was unnecessary to purchase a new panel. contradictory not?
Francisco Day is the author of the proposal that honored the former governor of Manaus, Amazonino Mendes, este ano na CMM. Day explained that Amazonino “brought many benefits to the population Manauense, and that it not be forgotten podeira”. He said the “historical events are the main features of the great political figure ", referring to the former governor.
Day is also known in the CMM for proposing an avalanche of projects that aim to create holidays. In April this year, the Board has focused on several issues with this content.
One proposal was Alderman Jornada that "create educational awareness week to practice kite flying and kite without using Cerol and Chilean lines in public and private schools in the capital". While the population expects a more serious parliamentary action, they settle with proposals like this.
Together, the 41 Manaus councilors cost the taxpayer's pocket approximately R $ 43,8 million per year. Not to mention their salaries of R $ 15 one thousand, office budget of R $ 60 one thousand, they use to hire congressional aides and the odds for the Exercise of Parliamentary Activity (pad) no amount of R $ 14 one thousand, which can be used to purchase fuel, feeding, among other things.
Dear AM POST reader, this councilor deserves to be re-elected?