In Porto Alegre, the mobilization took place with employees from Incra, Mapa, MDA, Ibama, IcmBio and Iphan. Inside, there was mobilization at the Sindiserf-RS police station in Santa Maria
Intensifying the day of struggle of civil servants held on Tuesday (7) and yesterday (8), the leaders of the Union of Federal Public Servants of RS (Sindiserf/RS) spoke with the category in the capital’s bodies, during to Wednesday. Inside, there was mobilization at the Sindiserf/RS police station in Santa Maria.
The Union’s deputy general secretary, José Mário Amaral Virué expresses his concern by remembering that government representatives have already said that they do not have enough resources to meet all the demands. “There is silence at the environmental area table, for example. This is worrying, we need a lot of coordination to move forward. And our goal is not to fight. It’s about negotiating with the government and making progress”, he declares.
In Porto Alegre, the mobilization took place with employees from the National Institute of Colonization and Agrarian Reform (Incra), Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (Mapa), Ministry of Agrarian Development (MDA), Brazilian Institute of the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources ( Ibama) and the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (IcmBio) and the National Historical and Artistic Heritage Institute (Iphan).
Last night (7), Fonasefe held a national plenary that debated the next steps in the fight for salary recovery, career restructuring, equalization of benefits between employees of different powers, the repeal of measures that attack employees and the service public and for the filing of PEC 32.
The Secretary of Legal Affairs of Sindiserf/RS, Marcos Gladimir Lima Lacerda, followed the activity and informed that the new meeting of entities representing civil servants with members of the government is scheduled for November 16th, Thursday. “There is hope that parity of benefits can occur, we need to remain mobilized to move forward in negotiations”, he says.