government as fixed ceiling of expenditure will not affect the base date 2019 which is already being paid to the Health serversThe adjustment has an impact of R $ 4 million / month and 51 million years, It is considered the 13th salary, on the payroll of Susam.
The Government Bill fixing ceiling expenditures to match spending and revenue in state accounts will not impact on the base date 2019 of health workers, granted in May, and has incorporated the salaries of servers. The replacement 5% It began to be paid in additional sheet on the last day 5 July, retroactive to May and June. In addition to the base date, It was granted increase in food assistance, which grew from R $ 430 to R $ 450.
The increase benefited approximately 23 thousand servers of the State Health Department (Sesame). The Health Secretary Rodrigo Tobias points out that all active and retired employees have been achieved with the increase granted in May of this year. The adjustment has an impact of R $ 4 million / month and 51 million years, It is considered the 13th salary, on the payroll of Susam.
According to the State Secretary of Finance, Alex Del Giglio, the Complementary Bill approved in the Amazon Legislative Assembly (OF-AM), fixing the ceiling of expenditure, does not freeze wages servers, much less reaches the base dates already granted by the Government in 2019.
"There is a freeze. We are linking the base dates the fiscal recovery of State, even by a requirement of the Fiscal Responsibility Law, State Court of Auditors (TCE). That is, when the state is recovered fiscally, at least below the ceiling, that are 49%, categories will obviously receive the retroactive date-bases and even, to come. It is a specific set measurement. There is no expiry dates-bases ", said Finance Secretary.
The approved project is part of a package of measures submitted by the Government of ALE-AM Amazonas, that adds up to other suits in state government, to balance the public accounts, inherited by the current administration, in January, with debt and budget deficit of more than R $ 3 billion and personnel expenses in the order of 49% of the Current Net Revenue, already above the regulatory limit of LRF.