TEC debate public accounts and leniency agreements, In Manaus

The capital of Amazonas is hosting the 13th Congress North Northeast of Internal Control and External (Coninter) since today (5).
05/10/2016 15h07 - Updated 5/10/2016 15h07
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From tonight until Friday (7/10), the Amazon capital will host the 13th Congress North Northeast of Internal Control and External (Coninter), What happens in the auditorium of the State Court of Auditors (TCE-AM).

Among the guests of the event are the Minister Benjamin Zymler, do TCU (court Union accounts), who will speak on the 'Leniency Agreements', and the federal judge of the Amazon, Mario André Cavalcante, which will address the 'STF Jurisprudence and STJ on issues of interest to the Audit Courts'.

They are also speakers experts in law and Daniela Liborio Edimir Netto de Araújo, who will talk, respectively, the 'Partner Program Investment and its legal implications' and the' New Law on State: Implications touching the Tenders and Contracts'.

Promoted by the Legal JAM, the Coninter is conducted in partnership with the Institute Rui Barbosa (IRB), the Association of Members of the Audit Courts of Brazil, the School of Public Accounts of the Amazon, Amazon Court of Justice and the TCE-AM, the event brings together more than one hundred meters, administrators, economists, lawyers, criers, among others, plus advisers, Technical and External Control Analyst Audit Courts across the country.

Counselors Ari Moutinho Junior (presidente do TCE-AM), Joshua Son (coordinator of the Amazon Accounts School) and Erico Exile (scientific coordinator in the 13th Coninter) will the official opening of the congress, which will be attended by several officials of the Legislative, Executive, Judiciary from 19h30.

This is the second time that Manaus will host the event. In 2011, but of 200 people attended the 4th edition held in Amazonas. In this ocasion, They were present, beyond the North and Northeast, Southeast representatives, Midwest and South, and the Federal District.

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