Joshua Neto states that the Assembly is with open arms to the population

For him conducting Public Hearings are opportunities for parliamentarians are increasingly present in the cities of the State.
13/02/2019 19h38 - Updated 13/02/2019 19h38
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"The Legislative Assembly is with open arms to the population and will in the coming years", said the president of the State of Amazonas Legislative Assembly (hazard), State Representative Joshua Neto (PSD), during a speech on the morning of Wednesday (13). The president added that the holding of public hearings are opportunities for parliamentarians are increasingly present in the cities of the State.

"The Public Hearings and the traveling meetings are our popular grandstands. Many people question and says that the Assembly has no popular tribune, but we have something much more important are our public hearings, which are held in this plenary, auditoriums and also in models of itinerant meetings ", said.

The president made the statement during the speech Mr Afonso Adjuto (PDT), which required together with the deputies Belarmino Lins (PP) and Chagas Dermilson (PP) conducting a traveling session in the city of Tabatinga in order to discuss the regulations of the Law on Free Shops (lei 12.723/02), granting ICMS exemption in duty-free shops in airports in the city.

for Joshua, Audiences are opportunities for 24 Members are increasingly closer to the districts and neighborhoods of Manaus, viabilizarem beyond the debate of important issues for society in the State Parliament through social movements.

Also according to the president, the itinerant meeting format is more expensive compared to public hearings and reaches fewer results and emphasized that the application for the Tabatinga, which has major issues, It will be attended, either by traveling or meeting Public Hearing.

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