Maués receives R $ 950 thousand in parliamentary amendments indicated by Joshua Neto

One of the amendments provides for the acquisition of two ambulanchas to serve eight coastal communities, no amount of R $ 100 and another thousand to R $ 500 thousand was allocated to the drilling of wells to meet the demands of rural production.
15/02/2019 12h42 - Updated 15/02/2019 19h13
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The Maués municipality will benefit from funds in the amount of R $ 950 thousand in parliamentary amendments indicated by the president of the Amazonas State Legislature (hazard), State Representative Joshua Neto (PSD). The amendments also known as impositive were destined for the areas of education, health, infrastructure and sport.

One of the amendments provides for the acquisition of two ambulanchas to serve eight coastal communities, no amount of R $ 100 and another thousand to R $ 500 thousand was allocated to the drilling of wells to meet the demands of rural production.

For education, the amendment is $ 300 thousand for the acquisition of computer equipment to state schools in Maués. In the area of ​​sports, the proposal seeks the R $ resource 50 thousand for the acquisition of kimonos, mat boards and boxing gloves gym and jiu-jitsu institute in the city.

Joshua Neto states that allocate resources through the amendments is to fulfill his duty to the people who trusted in their work to ensure better quality of life for residents of the mainly 61 municipalities of the State.

"I am proud of what the people of the Amazon entrusted me, that is to fight for their rights and enable improvements to the development of our people. The ambulanchas are essential for the transport of people when they get sick and communities need to be met in the county seat. And it must be stressed that investment in education and sport is an investment for life ", Neto scored.

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