At least five capitals of the country will add free bus fares for the Sunday elections (2): Rio de Janeiro (RJ), Curitiba (PR), Maceió (AL), São Luís (MA) and Manaus (AM).
Nope Rio de Janeiro, or announcement was made by Eduardo Paes for the social networks in quinta-feira (29). “Not next Sunday, between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m., or transportation by bus and BRT in Rio will not be charged. It is enough to present your voter title, board and go to the polls to vote for your candidates. We are going to exercise our democratic right, regardless of who votes”, he published. The decree, which guarantees free passage to all cariocas, was published in an extraordinary edition of the Official Gazette.
em Curitiba, or Prefect Rafael Greca também adotou a gratuidade. “The idea is to make it possible for the population to exercise their citizenship, move to the voting points calmly and easily and collaborate with democracy in the country”, he affirmed.
In the capital of Paraná, at the entrance of Graça, anything is worth every day, in the 254 lines that operate through the city, with the exception of the Tourism Line.
em Maceio, or collective transportation is free on Sundays and it will be reinforced by 50% for the displacement of two voters, with 600 extra trips from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. ha em Sao Luisentry will be free from 6am to 7pm.
To Prefecture of Manaus published a decree that provides for free passage on the day of the elections, from 4 a.m. to 6 p.m., after approval by the Municipal Chamber. In the case of the second shift, the measure will also be applied. For this Sunday, there will be 1,149 scheduled buses.
Second u lift feito pela CNN together with the prefeituras das capitais, other six disseram that will not adopt or passe free: Belo Horizonte (MG), Campo Grande (MS), Cuiabá (MT), João Pessoa (PB), Vitória (ES) and the Federal District.
In Vitória (ES), or the government, which coordinates or transportation in the metropolitan region, will not apply free non-bus for the general public. The prefecture of the capital informed that there will be transportation from Graça to more than 400 people with disabilities, registered in the Porta a Porta program.
The prefect of Porto Alegre, Sebastião Melo, went on to affirm that there would be no gratuity on account of a law approved by the Chamber not last year. “Each day of free pass costs more than R $ 1 million in public coffers”, he posted in the last quarter-feira (28).
However, this fifth, he decided to debate the issue with the president of the Chamber, Idenir Cecchim, and the Attorney General of Justice, Marcelo Dornelles. The municipal printing advisory informed that new updates on the subject would be published on the social networks of the prefect.
In Recife (PE) and in Palmas (TO), the assessorias will inform what topic is discussed. As other captains still do not answer or question CNN.
Front Nacional dos Prefeitos asks that Electoral Justice pay custos do passe livre
On fourth-feira (28), the National Front of Prefects entered with a request to the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) to be included in the proposed action for the Sustainability Network, which requires free public transport on election days.
The entity affirmed the “commitment of the chiefs and chiefs of the media and large cities of the country to guarantee, by all possible means, that popular sovereignty be exercised by universal suffrage, a prerogative provided for in art. 14 of the Federal Constitution…”.
No entanto, the FNP asks that the custos of the free pass be paid by the Electoral Justice in values provided to the number of voters.
Capitais con gratuidade nos ônibus para eleições
- Rio de Janeiro (RJ)
- Curitiba (PR)
- Maceio (AL)
- Manaus (AM)
- Sao Luis (MA)
- Belo Horizonte (MG)
- Large Field (MS)
- Joao Pessoa (PB)
- federal District
- Vitória (ES): there will be no free service for the general public, but the Prefecture informed that there will be a service for people with disabilities
- Cuiaba (MT)
Still without definition
I announced that there would be no gratuity, but I returned to discuss the topic:
Source: CNN Espanol