A group of 20 of 27 governors issued a letter, in this Monday (17), as it seeks dialogue with the federal government around agendas of interest to society and said recent statements by President Jair Bolsonaro. no document, the group of governors also invites the president for a meeting scheduled for April.
“Recent statements by President Jair Bolsonaro confronting governors, sometimes involving the need for tax reform, not expressly address the issue, but only challenging governors to reduce taxes vital for the survival of states, now anticipating the police investigation to assign serious facts to the conduct of the police and their governors, They do not contribute to the evolution of democracy in Brazil”, the document says.
The governors who signed the letter are: Gladson Cameli (Acre), Renan Filho (Alagoas), Waldez Goes (Amapá), Wilson Lima (Amazon), Rui Costa (Bahia), Camilo Santana (Ceará), Ibaneis Rock (federal District), Renato Casagrande (Holy Spirit), Flávio Dino (Maranhão), Reinaldo Azambuja (Mato Grosso do Sul), Romeu Zema (Minas Gerais), hélder barbalho (For), John Azevêdo (Paraíba), Paul Hall (Pernambuco), Wellington Dias (Piauí), Wilson Witzel (Rio de Janeiro), Fátima Bezerra (large northern river), Eduardo Leite (Rio Grande do Sul), John Doria (Sao Paulo) and Chagas Belivaldo (Sergipe).
“It should be noted the institutional limits to the responsibility our mandates require. healthy balance, wisdom and dialogue to understanding the agenda of interest of the people is what society expects of us. Working together we can contribute to improving the quality of life of Brazilians, the reduction of social inequality and the search for economic prosperity. Together we can work for the good of Brazil and Brazilians. In this sense, We invite the President of the Republic for the next National Governors Forum, to be held in 14 April this year”, the letter says.
Wanted by the report, Planalto Palace had not yet manifested on the Charter of governors until the close of matter.