10/10/2016 16h53 - Updated 10/10/2016 16h53

Legislative Assembly paid the first installment of the thirteenth later this month

A legislative house will pay 50% do valor total. The measure was possible due to the containment and reduction of expenses adopted in recent 22 months.
Photo: Press Release / ALE-AM
Photo: Press Release / ALE-AM

officials, between effective and commissioned, the Amazonas Legislative Assembly (hazard) They begin to receive the first installment of the 13th salary until the next day 27. A legislative house will pay 50% do valor total. The announcement was made by President, Mr Joshua Neto (PSD), on the morning of Monday (10), during the Ordinary Session, on the floor of the house.

"It has long been conveyed false information that the Assembly would not be able to honor its commitments, but we placed our servers first. Within our human capacity did anything to honor our commitments and we will make the payment of all our servers ", Joshua said Neto.

The measure was possible due to the containment and reduction of expenses adopted in recent 22 months, involving the reduction of 10% Quota for Exercise of Parliamentary Activity (pad) Members, and reduced 25% a 35% of contracts with suppliers and service providers Aleam. In addition to the suspension of the daily of the deputies and servers within the state, as well as the chartering of aircraft, visual communication, catering services, flowers and accessories used in tributes and special sessions in the House.

The Aleam faced in recent 22 months a fall of at least R $ 3 million monthly institutional transfer and, because of that, Parliament has prioritized the payment of servers and companies that provide services essential to the functioning of the legislature. Also according to the directors-general, the second installment of 13 will until the day 20 from December.

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