The government of MS filed a request in the Assembly, for the withdrawal of the processing of three projects
The State Government asked for the withdrawal of three projects from the Legislative Assembly, dealing with the reorganization of the careers of the Civil and Military Police and of the Fire Department of Mato Grosso do Sul. Adjustments will be made in the matters, as some of the issues are of exclusive competence of the governor, however, the details of these changes were not disclosed. The request was filed later this afternoon (22).
The projects were sent to the Legislative on Tuesday (16), with a request for urgent voting, so that the new rules can be applied as of next year. In all, 15 matters were delivered to be considered and voted on by state deputies before the parliamentary recess, which begins in December.
Governor Reinaldo Azambuja (PSDB) reinforced that issues related to state civil service have always been defined in a broad dialogue with the categories, such as the elaboration of these projects, whose discussions with civil servants’ leaders began in May this year.
By delivering the projects to the President of the Legislative Assembly, Deputy Paulo Correa (PSDB), the governor stated that the Executive has always been guided by the Fiscal Responsibility Law, and that it remains open to dialogue with the servers for the necessary adjustments.
On the occasion, the governor himself announced that the linear adjustment of state public servants, active and inactive, will be 10%, starting in January 2022. “If it does not violate the Fiscal Responsibility Law, the government is open to dialogue and change some points that can improve the projects”, he stated. Days after the bills began processing in the Legislative, the Secretary of Administration and Debureaucratization, Ana Carolina Araújo Nardes, and the attorney for the Legislative Consultancy of the State Government, Ana Carolina Ali Garcia, met with state deputies to explain all the points of the projects.
on the agenda – The other 12 projects delivered are still in progress, including the one dealing with the linear adjustment of 10% of state civil servants directly linked to the Executive Branch. The measures will have an impact of R$1.2 billion on the State Government’s payroll.