David Almeida says that left more than R $ 400 million to manage Amazonino

O parlamentar avalia que esse resultado ocorreu em função de uma administração que cortou custos, priorizou investimentos.
11/01/2018 14h40 - Updated 11/01/2018 14h40
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To take over the government of Amazonas, in May last year, Congressman David Almeida found a deficit of R $ 654 million in state finances. But, in early October, when he left the government, David left R $ 465 million in cash for Amazonino Mendes management.

David Almeida believes that this result was due to an administration that cut costs, prioritized investments in the productive sector, keeping payments of employees and suppliers, as well as specific actions, as the payment of salary bonuses to teachers. “We put money to circulate in the local economy and, while the whole Brazil was in crisis, Amazon breathed other air”, David says.

The result was that, even in a year when Amazon had three governors - Jose Melo, David Almeida and Amazonino Mendes - the state collected R $ 827 million more than expected, while the interior of the received R $ municipalities 6,12 trillions of state and federal resources, a fundraising record, with real possibilities of investment.

The Amazonas State Basic Sanitation Working Group report, comprising the legislature, reveals, However, after a year of work, what 40 of 61 State municipalities, no drinking water "which clearly shows a lack of government investment in the sector", David pointed Almeida.

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