Members mobilize for the creation of the Ministry of Amazon

Uma reunião com os presidentes das Assembleias está marcada para o início de março, In Manaus.
18/02/2020 19h59 - Updated 19/02/2020 13h32

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The presidents of the Legislative Assemblies of the Amazon (hazard), Mr Joshua Neto, and Roraima (ALERR), Deputy Jalser Renier (SD), They initiated a mobilization with the Assemblies of the States that compose the Legal Amazon in defense of the creation of the Ministry of Extraordinary Amazon, proposed by Congressman Atila Lins (PP-AM). Information is President Joshua Neto announced on Tuesday (18) on the floor of Parliament Amazon.

A meeting with the presidents of the Assemblies of the states of Maranhão, Amapá, Acre, Rondônia, Mato Grosso, Pará and Tocantins (States that make up the Legal Amazon) It is scheduled for early March, In Manaus.

Parliamentarians addressed the issue in Boa Vista (RR), where Joshua was on Monday (17). "We started the joint and we are seeking the support of other presidents of Legislative Assemblies, in addition to the deputies who want to embrace our mobilization for the creation of the Ministry of the Amazon ", Joshua said explaining that the aim is to support Congressman Atila Lins and give support to the request for establishment of the Ministry of the Amazon.

Lins has come to address the issue personally with President Jair Bolsonaro on the last day 13. According to the deputy, the new folder will take care of the land regularization in the Amazon, roads important to the region, eco-tourism and a series of actions that the president Jair Bolsonaro wants to develop directly in the Amazon region.


President Jair Bolsonaro did a press conference, in Brasilia, no dia 13 of February, Deputy alongside Attila Lins, stating that it was analyzing the suggestion of setting up the Amazon Extraordinary Ministry Cool.

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