The Chamber of Deputies Committees approved, in the morning of this fourth fair (22), a series of requirements for ministers of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) to present clarifications to parliamentarians on various issues.
The ministers Flávio Dino (Justiça e Segurança Pública), Carlos Fávaro (Agriculture), Paulo Teixeira (Desenvolvimento Agrário), Alexandre Silveira (Mines and Energy), Fernando Haddad (Fazenda), José Múcio (Defesa), were invited to appear before the Chamber. Mauro Vieira (Relações Exteriores) and Camilo Santana (Educação).
As these are invitations, the ministers are not obligated to appear before the committees of the Chamber – despite being of praxe that they present them, they did not start their efforts and the functioning of the collegiates, clarifications and their goals in front of the pasta.
Therefore, there are no dates scheduled for public hearings with each two ministers. As a large entourage will accompany President Lula on his trip to China, including ministers Carlos Fávaro and Fernando Haddad, for example, the visits should be scheduled starting in April.
The requirements are approved by the Constitution and Justice Commission; Department of Agriculture, Livestock, Supply and Rural Development; Mines and Energy Company; na de Relações Exteriores; na de Finanças e Tributação; and na of Education.
Dino, for example, must be heard at the CCJ. The commission, which is the most important of the House and is chaired by PT Rui Falcão, approved a request for the Minister of Justice to appear before the collegiate to provide clarifications on the attacks of January 8 and the disarmament policy of the Lula government, among others matters.
Haddad, in turn, must be heard by the Finance and Taxation Commission. Not requesting the hearing, the deputy Paulo Guedes (PT-MG), president of the collegiate, argued that it is important to hear from the minister on economic policy and the main proposals touched on by the Ministry of Finance, such as the new fiscal regime, on tax reform eo Unwind program.
The Agriculture Commission intends to hear the ministers Carlos Fávaro and Paulo Teixeira, as well as the president of Petrobras, Jean Paul Prates.
The Foreign Relations Committee would like to hear from the ministers José Múcio and Mauro Vieira about the current panorama of national defense policy and international relations and the perspectives of the two countries for the coming years.
The Education Commission intends to hear from Minister Camilo Santana about his perspectives in front of the MEC and the plans for educational policy in the coming years.
The collegiate also approved a series of requests to hold a public hearing on the reformulation of medical education, a topic that has recently been unapproved by the MEC. In an interview with the portal Brasil 247 in this terça (21), Lula said that she sent Camilo to hold a debate on the middle school of the reform approved during the government of ex-president Michel Temer.
Source: CNN Espanol