Coari mayor decides to reduce spending on the city's anniversary after meeting with TCE

Spending on the party, budgeted at R $ 1 million, We were asked on the last day 26 of June.
19/07/2018 17h46 - Updated 19/07/2018 17h46
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The mayor of Coari, Adail José Pinheiro Figueiredo, We decided this morning (19/07), after meeting in the Amazon Court (TCE-AM), reduce by 30% the value of the planned attractions for birthday 86 years the city - scheduled for August -, or cancel a celebration of attractions if you can not enter into private public partnerships to reduce the cost 30%. And more: submit to TEC proof of payroll system as consisting paid the salaries of servers and bank reconciliations extract, among other requirements for the conduct of the festivities.

The meeting was held with the rapporteur of Coari accounts, adviser Joshua Son, Attorney General of Auditors prosecutors, João Barroso, and prosecutors Elizângela Marine and Ruy Marcelo Mendonça.

MPC representation of target, with request for injunction, spending on the party, budgeted at R $ 1 million, We were asked on the last day 26 June by prosecutor, who pointed out that the payment "of very high paychecks at the expense of investment in basic public services such as health, sanitation and education proves to be unacceptable because it violates the legality, morality and reasonableness ".

At the meeting, after hearing the MPC on municipal issues presented in the representation, the mayor made his excuses and committed, by signing a Statement of Commitment, to present to the ECA all documentations, until the end of the month, proving that his administration is complying with the percentages that determine the law in various areas, besides reducing the party cost at least R $ 300 one thousand.

For the counselor Joshua Son, which was granted within the manager to justify, dialogue is always a necessary and teaching tool, what, mostly, solves problems quickly.


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