Minister of Human Rights says that winning R $ 33,7 thousand a month 'resembles slave labor’

According to the minister on account of the new post, You need to bear high costs dress, of hair, makeup and food.
03/11/2017 16h10 - Updated 4/11/2017 16h19
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The Minister of Human Rights,Luislinda Valois, He asked the federal government to build up your current salary with the retired federal judge and thus ensure gross salary of R $ 61,4 one thousand. According to information from Andreza Matais column, the newspaper Estado de S. Paulo, Thursday (2), Minister complains that because of the constitutional ceiling can only get to R $ 33,7 thousand reais of total income, or what, for her, "Resembles slave labor".

Luislinda, which is affiliated with the PSDB, explained that, due to the new position, You need to bear high costs dress, of hair, makeup and food. She also said it has sent a statement of high amount and giving up, now, waiting for an answer.

The minister also compared his situation to that of a slave worker to have part of the wages contained because of the finger law. The newspaper Estado de São Paulo, she said do not regret having made the relationship. "I just made an analogy. Everyone knows that the work is unpaid is considered slave labor. Now, because people attached themselves only to this? That's why I do not understand ", said. "Did someone work 12, 14 hours a day and says he does not want to pay? Who does not like salary? Who would do such a business?”, he added.

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The press office of the Ministry of Human Rights reported yesterday (2), that Luislinda Valois minister will give up the request he made to the government to build up his salary to the retired federal judge, which would ensure her gross salary of R $ 61,4 one thousand.


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