Front of Public Servants of RS promotes an act against the

Representatives of the Front of Public Servants of Rio Grande do Sul, which is made up of more than 30 entities from the three spheres of service in the state, held an act in Porto Alegre against the administrative reform this Wednesday morning (22). The servers extended a 23-metre strip over the access walkway to the Rodoviária, putting pressure on deputies from Rio Grande do Sul so that they did not vote for PEC 32. They also distributed material warning the population about the impact that administrative reform could bring.

“It is an important mobilization, as we are not just raising an alert about attacks on the rights of public servants, but above all an alert to the destruction of public services provided to the population, especially those most needy and in need of the State, who are running serious risks, with the outsourcing and precariousness of health services, education, access to justice and social assistance”, emphasizes the general coordinator of the Union of Civil Servants of the State of RS (Sindjus-RS), Fabiano Zalazar.

::Understand why PEC 32 can mean the end of public services to the population::

As Fabiano explains, this morning’s action was part of a combined activity, by the Civil Servants Front with various acts and mobilizations that are being carried out in Brasília and throughout Brazil.

For the members of the Front, administrative reform is a direct attack on public servants. As they point out, the rules regarding hiring, management, performance evaluation and employee stability changes at the municipal, state and federal levels change.

Progress of the PEC in Brasilia

Authored by Deputy Arthur Maia (DEM-BA), the PEC report was scheduled to be voted on this Tuesday (21), however dissidences caused it to be postponed to Wednesday afternoon. So far, the PT, PDT, PSB, PSOL, PCdoB, Solidariedade, PV and Rede parties have already announced a position against PEC 32

The eight subtitles stated that they closed the question on the Constitutional Amendment Proposal (PEC) 32/2020, which means that all members must vote against the agenda.

Together, the legends account for 154 parliamentarians out of the 513 that make up the House. To receive approval from the plenary for the PEC, the government needs 308 supporters in two different rounds of voting.

:: Know what changes in the lives of public servants and the population if PEC 32 is approved ::

Source: BdF Rio Grande do Sul

Edition: Marcelo Ferreira

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