House approves extension of More Doctors and two more MPsThe text benefits Brazilian professionals trained abroad and foreigners working in the non-degree program.
After postponing the vote of the highlights of the project dealing with the renegotiation of the debts of the states and the Federal District with the Union, the floor of the House of Representatives approved today (22) three provisional measures, among them extending the Program More Doctors for three years.
For fear of not having a good quorum in the vote of the three highlights presented by PT for the renegotiation of project debts, the government chose not to vote for tomorrow (23). An agreement reached in school leaders on Monday set the voting agenda would be filled with the measures.
Under the agreement, They were voted on provisional measures (MPs) 722/16, 723/16 e 724/16. The first opened extraordinary credit of R $ 180 million for the Presidency of the Republic and the Ministry of Sports. The text now goes to the Senate.
Part of the appeal, R$ 80 millions, It was used for Infrastructure Deployment for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio 2016. O remaining value, for the advertising and federal government propaganda had its release suspended, in May, by preliminary decision of the Minister of the Supreme Court (STF) Gilmar Mendes.
In its decision, Gilmar Mendes pointed out that there was no urgency for the interim measure and the credit opening could only have occurred with Legislative approval. The case will be brought to the plenary of the Supreme Court to be enjoyed, which has no deadline to occur.
The second measure approved deals with the extension of the Program More Doctors for three years. The text benefits Brazilian professionals trained abroad and foreigners working in revalidated without diploma program in the country. The deadline for MP's vote wins day 29 of August. The text also goes to the Senate.
The third measure is approved the extension of deadlines for enrollment in the Rural Environmental Registry and adherence to the Environmental Regularization Programme. The measure modifies the Law 12.651/12, the new "Forest Code", and extends through 31 December 2017 the deadline for enrollment in the Rural Environmental Registry and adherence to the Environmental Regularization Programme. The extension will apply to properties of any size. It may also be extended for another year at the discretion of the Executive Branch. The text goes to the Senate.