Deputy son Wladimir Costa is named for federal office and will manage R $ 100 millions

Yorran Costa, from 22 years, It is college student. He is the new manager of the National Secretariat of Agrarian Development, with earnings of approximately R $ 10 one thousand.
29/01/2018 15h42 - Updated 30/01/2018 17h37
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The son of Wladimir Costa (Solidarity), O “Deputy Confetti”, He was appointed to hold the post of federal delegate of the National Agrarian Development Secretariat. Yorran Costa, from 22 years, will administer funds in the amount of R $ 100 million in Pará. The salary is approximately R $ 10 one thousand, second Transparency Portal information. The appointment was announced on Friday (26), in the Official Gazette.

The ordinance exempts Andrei Gustavo de Castro, administrator who has also been CEO of Regulatory Agency and Control of the State Public Services ( Arcon/PA), and appoints Yorran Costa for the job.

Student of Law and Public Management, Yorran was the name indicated by the Solidarity Party, chaired by Wladimir Costa, to take over the management of the federal agency, responsible to issues such as land reform; promoting sustainable development of family farmers; and delimitation, demarcation and titling of the lands of communities of quilombos. Extraordinarily, also has powers on the regularization as set forth in the Amazon No law 11.952/09.

“Nothing happens without the determination of Jesus Christ. If it is to fulfill the mission, I gave me the mission”, Costa said Yorann, Current CEO of Youth Solidarity, in party posting on social networks.

Yorran should follow his father's political career. According to the solidarity, the young "was very quickly trained to face great challenges".

On the social networks, Wladimir Costa celebrated the appointment of son. "The mission is given, the mission will be fulfilled! God our Lord Jesus Christ in command!”, stated.


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