Administrative Reform Threatens Public Service and Brings Losses

This Thursday (28), is marked the Day of the Public Servant. The celebrations, however, are getting more difficult every day. This is because PEC 32, called Administrative Reform by the government, directly threatens this professional category, in addition to causing countless other losses to Brazilian society.

Ana Lúcia Goes, vice-president of the Apub Sindicato, an institution that brings together professors from the federal universities of Bahia and which has been carrying out several actions to fight the PEC 32, explains what the approval of this proposal represents in concrete terms for the Brazilian people.

“It will mean, in addition to a setback, the loss of the minimum rights we have today. It means the loss of public education, public assistance, legal assistance. We are saying that people will need to pay to have access to health care, since the basic unit to hospital care. We are talking about the loss of rights that are, today, minimal so that Brazilians can survive, can work with dignity, can have living and health conditions,” he says.

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The text of PEC 32 has already been reformulated seven times and the last version was approved by the Special Committee of the Chamber of Deputies in September this year. Currently, it can be voted on by the president of the Chamber at any time. Therefore, popular movements, unions, other institutions and the Mixed Parliamentary Front in Defense of Public Service continue with mobilizations across the country to stop the proposal.

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Ana Lúcia Goes shares how society can engage in this confrontation.

“Society can and should contribute by pressing parliamentarians not to let this PEC be approved. We can go on the social networks of each parliamentarian, talk to him about the reason for being against the proposal. Who has greater contact with the deputy who voted , you can demand shares and ask him not to vote on PEC 32. We can also talk to our friends about this, as we need to inform our colleagues, our family about the consequences that the PEC will bring if it is approved”, he concludes. .

Source: BoF Bahia

Edition: Jamile Araújo

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