City Council Manaus: Councilman today is Massami Miki

In 2015, Massami assumed lightning mandate 12 days as federal deputy and received salary of $ 10,6 one thousand.
18/07/2016 10h38 - Updated 18/07/2016 10h41
Photo: Tiago Correa/CMM

Councilman Monday (18), é Massami Miki (PAGE), currently in his fifth term and has played a lightning mandate 12 days in Congress early last year. Massami also has a radio program and lately not speaks at the Municipality of Manaus (CMM) as often as it used to do.

In January 2015, Councilman assumed the federal deputy vacancy left by Humberto Michiles, former Secretary of municipal education, is at 12 days was entitled to a salary of $ 10,6 one thousand, even having exercised the mandate in times of recess in Congress. At the time the parliamentary graduated the House and his seat remains open, that is, no one took his seat in the Municipal Parliament.

Pressured Massami told the press that he would donate all his salary for federal deputy for charities.

Councilman takes chair at the CMM from 1992 and try to re-election again in October this year and is confident to win his sixth consecutive term.

grandiose campaigns

In the year of 2012, when re-elected for the current term, Massami injected but half a million in his campaign. The parliamentarian was the biggest spender among 41 councilors elected in the campaign, exactly R $ 590 one thousand, or equivalent R $ 103 per voter. Data are from the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE), Accountability, the first round of elections 2012.


Data published in the Official Gazette of the City (JUDGMENT), in February 2013, They showed that Massami had assets of R $ 1,9 millions, according to a statement Alderman goods. He counted the councilor with the greatest asset in the CMM, reelected in 2012.

Last year the MP was included in the ranking of most councilors who missed the sessions at City Hall, missed 12 sessions, four of which were not justified.

Councilman deserves to be re-elected?

Source: AM POST Writing

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