'Agreement did eat entrepreneurs' abiu 'during elections', José Ricardo fires on the adjustment of bus fare

For the MP is very strange that the bus businessmen have not applied the tariff adjustment on the date authorized by STJ.
09/11/2016 14h38 - Updated 10/11/2016 08h06
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Congressman José Ricardo Wendling (PT) manifested on Tuesday (8) be totally against the readjustment of bus fare, that must go soon to R $ 3 to R $ 3,54 and questioned the agreement made between the Municipality and entrepreneurs. The decision was approved by the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) further on 28 September this year, during the election period and on the eve of the first round of elections.

For the MP is very strange that the bus businessmen have not applied the tariff adjustment on the date authorized by STJ. "Why only now, after a month and a half, They returned to talk about it? What is this agreement made with the City that made entrepreneurs eat 'abiu' during elections? If until now they were without this adjustment, then there is no need to increase the bus fare ", he said, charging energetic action from City Hall to stop more damage to this population.

The MP also questioned the quality of service offered to the population. "I am against it because I do not consider just the population pay more for a lousy service. In the same agreement which provides for tariff adjustments, also determines renovation and expansion of the bus fleet. But that is not happening. This year, had no new buses circulating in the city and, last year, almost anything. Entrepreneurs do not meet contract, even though approximately R $ 105 million in incentives and subsidies (values ​​last year), but every year require readjustments ", highlighted.

In June this year, the Amazon Court (TJAM) It upheld the action of the Union of the State of Amazonas Passenger Transport Companies (Sinetram), authorizing the tariff readjustment to R $ 3,54, which was then suspended, after the County Attorney's Office feature (PGM).


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