Executive commits injustice with servers from former territories, says Lucas Barreto – News of Brazil
When commenting on the decision of the federal government that suspended Personnel Ordinance 1,567, of 2023, which deals with the process of transferring civil servants from the former federal territories of Amapá, Rondônia and Roraima, Senator Lucas Barreto (PSD-AP) said that , to his surprise, the Executive “continues to make mistakes and injustices”, to the detriment, according to him, of many people from Amapá who were excluded from the Ordinance.
In a statement this Tuesday, the 14th, the senator explained that, in the Ordinance previously published by the government, and which was questioned by him, there was the inclusion of 1,134 people from Amapá. The current one, which is suspended, reduced this number to just 150 people, in addition to leaving out some categories of public servants who have been fighting for their rights for over 25 years.
“Civilian police officers, planning and budget analysts and 984 other people from different categories were all excluded. After the publication of the sliced or reduced ordinance, there was widespread discontent among those excluded”, declared the senator.
For Lucas Barreto, there was also confusion at the Ministry of Management which, in an attempt to explain what happened, published a repudiation note in which it stated the “dissemination of false information”, referring to the exclusion of some categories.
“The mess continued, when the same Ministry of Management published another statement, making accusations about alleged irregularities identified in the analysis of the processes of civil servants, civil police officers, planning and budget analysts and the other 984 people who were excluded. It is incredulous that the government accuses itself of irregularity and, with that, tries to cast light suspicions on the transposition of the former territories”, lamented the parliamentarian. (Source: Senate Agency)
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