Amazonino holds Parliamentary Amendments resources and is charged in the gallery of the ALE-AM

"This cap is not in me and not in the Legislative Assembly. This default is the people!”, enfatizou o deputado Platiny.
21/03/2018 17h13 - Updated 22/03/2018 15h30
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"This cap is not in me and not in the Legislative Assembly. This default is the people!”, He emphasized the deputy Platiny Soares (PAGE), during a speech on the morning of Wednesday (21), by charging the State Government to run the payment of Parliamentary amendments approved for the year 2018.

Platiny stressed that it is of great importance to 24 MPs and it is necessary a more effective billing the government. "The mayor of Manaus charged the governor Amazonino Mendes and rightly, since he is deceiving the people, as, You are trying to default in the Legislative Assembly, when you try to avoid the payment of parliamentary amendments ".

The PSL leader is following the course of the money directed by parliamentarians will various sectors of society, the Secretary of State of Finance (SEFAZ), and recalled that, if there is the allocation of resources before the election period, the application of funds from parliamentary amendments will be feasible.

We promise to send these funds for projects to take effect. The Asproleite Apuí, for example, I am awaiting R $ 514 one thousand, to be able to develop their work in rural production. We promise the amendments with the intention that they reach the recipients”, disse Platiny.

The MP stressed that from now on will start a collection of movement so that the amendments are paid, since they are serious projects, where your recipients are awaiting so they can develop their work.

The governor does not pay the amendments, but you know pay almost R $ 3 million for MCW which is building its wall of breadwinner. That he does not forget. The main population is harmed”.

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