19/10/2016 13h42 - Updated 19/10/2016 13h42

Manaus Prefecture has laundry to take care of Health, says councilor

Bibiano made inquiries in the CMM on the excesses recorded in the municipal health and lack of interest in investigating irregularities pointed out by PF.
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councilman, Professor Bibiano, made inquiries this Tuesday (18), the Municipality of Manaus (CMM) on the excesses recorded in the municipal health and lack of interest in investigating irregularities pointed out by the Federal Police, operation in Bad Paths.

Bibiano is asked what "laundry" hired indirectly by Artur Neto (PSDB) I was washing, in the case of the funds allocated to health, but that ended up in companies Silvio Correia Tapajós and Cia Ltda, by the way, worked in a laundress.

During his speech Councilman used as a source the newspaper printed, Criticism Tuesday (18), and pointed out that the location indicated as headquarters specialized in health, It was contracted to carry out the vaccination campaign of the Municipal Health, It worked in an irregular laundry, investigated by the Federal Police in the operation "Evil Ways".

"What is being washed laundry that?”, questioned, pointing out that the facts need to be clarified and investigated.

Other irregularities Arthur
Bibiano said his tenure was marked in the collection and oversight of the municipal executive. He scored some filed actions in the Public Ministry and the Justice and highlighted the overpricing of contracts for buildings rents to house schools, in 2013, and a "hole" in Manausprev, in 2014.

"We question, also, lack of school uniforms transfer, We denounced the lack of transparency in the application of Fundeb resources and the existence of more than six thousand manholes without cover in our city ", he explained, noting that two former secretaries were forced by the courts to return almost R $ 9 million to public coffers in the process overpricing of contracts rents.

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