Rubens Bueno says that cases of super salaries are scandalous and defends the approval of PL – Prime Time Zone


Federal deputy stated that the proposal affects all levels of government, as well as all Powers, and imposes a punishment for those who break the law

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A Chamber of Deputies can vote this Tuesday, 13, the Bill that seeks to combat the super wages. the federal deputy Rubens Good (Citizenship) clarifies that the proposal was developed from a Senate law of 2016, it reaches all levels of government, whether federal, municipal and state, as well as all Powers. “It ends liberally, because there was no regulation of paragraph 11 of article 37 of the Constitution. With the regulation, it lists the installments that can be paid and that already exist in the Constitution, the in the case of the 13th salary, the aid allowance. But when it comes to aid, we put barriers, because one state pays R$1,000, another R$3,000, R$5,000. So with the locks, we limit these indemnity installments to avoid the abuses that unfortunately have been happening in the country”, he told Jornal da Manhã, from Young pan. According to the congressman, it is not possible to mention with certainty the amount spent on these benefits, since they are currently regulated by each federative entity. We have the data indicating around 2, 3, 8 up to R$ 10 billion. It is difficult to estimate how many trinkets there are in each instance of government. With the project, the indemnity installments allowed are put in place so that, from then on, what is out will not be paid as indemnity installments. It’s a very big job, but you have to say ‘this can, this cannot’”, he pointed out, citing examples of super salaries, what he called a “scandal”.

“In the Court of Justice of Goiás, in June, 93 judges received more than R$100 thousand, 148 received more than R$90 thousand. This is a scandal in a country that needs to be aware of what a republic is and a notion of what public service is,” he added. Rubens Bueno also claimed to be “optimistic” with the possible approval of the proposal in the House and stated that President Arthur Lira defined that the vote on the proposal should take place by the end of the first semester of work, which ends on Thursday of next week. “Report is ready in time, some detail or adjustment is natural. There was a case that was really our fault, in which we talked about the ministers of the Union, but we didn’t talk about their substitutes. We have corrected it and are ready to vote and it will be a very big step forward. It is the first time that the punishment of those who order payment, omit information and disrespect the law has been placed in the law”, he concluded.