More of 1 million Brazilians adhere to petition against increase of STF salaries in less than 24 hours

New party created an online petition to try to pressure President Michel Temer to veto the increase approved by the Senate.
08/11/2018 16h26 - Updated 9/11/2018 12h46
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Shortly after the Senate approves the readjustment 16% the salaries of STF ministers (Supreme Court), New party created a undersigned online to press President Michel Temer to veto this increase. Within a day of his creation, the petition has reached 1,2 million signatures. The remuneration of judges, with this adjustment, passes from the current R $ 33,7 thousand to R $ 39,2 one thousand.

The New says that this salary increase reflects the “old policy” and that the time is now to “fiscal responsibility”. Besides that, the acronym asks people to use the hashtag # AumentoNão in all social networks.

The party also says that “the plan of parliamentarians is to increase the salary of the STF ministers to extend the constitutional ceiling, so they can increase their own salaries and other public functions”.

“This causes a cascade and retroactive effect that Brazil no longer supports, with serious consequences for subsequent states and municipalities, many already in financial calamity situation”, says the New.

In addition to the clear fiscal problem facing the country, the account to pay the project approval even during Fearing government come in Bolsonaro management – You can do little to prevent the forwarding of the proposal, but has indicated dislike of the agenda.

“Obviously it's not the time [for this expense increase]”, said the president-elect. The adjustment now goes to presidential approval and Temer has veto power on the proposal.

Source: InfoMoney

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