Deputy amendments Joshua Neto intended R $ 2,9 million for Education in the Amazon

The amount is part of the share of R $ 5,7 million each Member is entitled to present to the budget 2018, through parliamentary amendments.
14/12/2017 14h23 - Updated 14/12/2017 14h23
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Mr Joshua Neto (PSD) presented 13 amendments to the Annual Budget Bill (LOA) from 2018. Three of them intended $ R 2,9 million to the education sector, mainly to structure schools in the capital and the interior of Amazonas.

The amount is part of the share of R $ 5,7 million each Member is entitled to present to the budget 2018, through parliamentary amendments, also known as impositive. As 13 amendments have received a favorable opinion on the Finance Committee and continue to analyze the plenary MEPs.

The First Amendment directs R $ 1,4 million for the construction of a Multipurpose Sports and Cultural Gymnasium to attend local schools (distant 369 KM Manaus). According to Parliament the amendment seeks to provide the public an apt space for performing sports activities, cultural and leisure, as an alternative that provides training activities for life, promote the strengthening of community practices, in the city, rescuing citizenship, among many other benefits generated by sports.

Another amendment provides $ 700 thousand resources for the construction of the coverage of the sports court of School Simon Bolivar, located in the Aleixo neighborhood, In Manaus.

The parliamentarian also submitted an amendment intended R $ 784 thousand to purchase school buses to schools in São Sebastião do Uatumã (a 247 KM Manaus). The amendment, Joshua second Neto, meets a request from the mayor of the municipality, Fernando Falabella, who reported having great difficulty in transporting the students who live in remote areas of schools.

The other amendments are intended resources for culture, health, sports and leisure, tourism and infrastructure.


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