The president of the Chamber, Arthur Lira (PP-AL), spoke again, on Wednesday, 4, that the Proposal for Amendment to the Constitution (PEC) that will allow the installment of precatory it does not represent default on the part of the Union, and reaffirmed that it is “impossible” for the government to pay R$ 90 billion in court orders next year. “There is no possibility, there is no condition to pay R$ 90 billion in court orders next year. It would consume all the country’s discretionary investment resources to pay court orders at once,” said the congressman in the morning, in an interview with the program Jornal Gente, on Rádio Bandeirantes.
Lira then suggested that the PEC to be sent to Congress by the government in the coming days could stipulate a model similar to that of states and municipalities, in which there is a limit of an average of five years for payment.
“There will be no default, but there will be an order that already exists today for states and municipalities, and it is not possible that there cannot be for the Union, so that it does not have its accounts totally out of control in relation to this”, reinforced the congressman.
The proposal being drawn up by the government foresees to honor, in 2022, immediately only the precatory of up to R$ 66,000. The remainder would be paid in installments or used as credit by the rights holders.
- Interest, Dollar, Inflation, BC, Selic. Understand all the terms of the economy and how they affect your pocket. Sign the EXAM