President David Almeida announced first changes in the Legislative Assembly

O parlamentar afirmou que reforçar o processo de transparência das contas da Casa.
03/02/2017 14h45 - Updated 7/02/2017 16h51
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Speaking to reporters after the first session of the third Plenary Session of the 18th Legislative Legislature, the president of the Amazonas Legislative Assembly (hazard), Mr David Almeida (PSD), He said the first changes that is printing the House.

David Almeida cited, as he had said in his inaugural speech on Wednesday (01), it will strengthen the process of transparency of the accounts of House, touting not only the cost spending, but also with payroll. "We will set a deadline for publishing all this", confirmed.

The president also spoke about the adjustments of the base date of actual servers that could not be paid in the last year and said it plans to ensure the gains of servers, within the current financial reality of the House. "This year we need to recover the gain of the actual servers, but working within a financial reality of the Assembly ", stated.

The deputy also said he intends to bring the Scholarship program the recommendations of the State Audit Court (TCE) and that, the 12 directorships House, nine were already replaced their holders. "Besides that, we are deciding, with the other Members, how will the changes, mergers or acquisitions that we will do in the Technical Committees ", he said, noting that all decisions will be taken together with the other members of parliament. "We hear every colleague to not scrimp any deputy in his work", announced.

About the role of parliamentarians in the State, David Almeida said that deputies will suggest to the formation of monthly caravan in rivers rails, for visits to municipalities. "So we can perform our work, with reduced spending and balancing the accounts of House, while listening to the people and get closer to the people ", completed.

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