Deputies authorize a loan of R$400 million for the Government of Bahia; lack of detail in use was questioned | Bahia

Deputies authorize a loan of R$400 million for the Government of Bahia; lack of detail in use was questioned | Bahia
Deputies authorize a loan of R$400 million for the Government of Bahia; lack of detail in use was questioned | Bahia
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1 of 1 Building of the Legislative Assembly of Bahia — Photo: Disclosure
Bahia Legislative Assembly Building — Photo: Disclosure

State deputies authorized, on Tuesday (2), a loan of R$400 million for the Government of Bahia to use in the area of ​​public security. However, despite the approval, the lack of detail in the use of the money was questioned by at least four parliamentarians.

The request for authorization to take out the loan was analyzed after the deputies approved the creation of the Fund for the Defense of Fundamental Rights of the Public Ministry of Bahia (M-BA).

State deputy Zé Raimundo Fontes (PT) designated deputy Vitor Bonfim (PV) to give the oral opinion. The parliamentarian pointed out that the intended amount will be allocated to making planned investments viable in the Multi-Year Plan and in the State’s annual budgets for the area of ​​public security.

According to Vitor Bonfim, the loan aims to “enhance efficiency in the provision of public services, increasing the level of citizen satisfaction” and reiterated the Government of Bahia’s commitment to providing effective and quality services to the population.

Deputies cite lack of detail

After Vitor Bonfim’s favorable vote, deputy Hilton Coelho (Psol) took the stand to cast the vote for his party. He announced that he would follow the rapporteur’s vote, as he believed it was not possible to oppose a public security initiative.

However, stated that he was uncomfortable approving a matter, which he defined as “extremely generic”, as it did not specify what actions would be carried out with the resources.

Representative Alan Sanches (União Brasil) also took the stand to follow the same line of criticism as Hilton, but voted against, highlighting that, in 14 months, this is the sixth loan request, totaling R$ 3.8 billion .

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Representative Robinho (União Brasil) stated that Bahia is the state that has fallen into the most debt in recent times. He also stated that he has information about a seventh loan that will reach the Assembly, in the order of R$1.2 billion. This information, however, was not confirmed by Alba.

Sandro Régis, from the same party, also took the floor and criticized the government’s loans, evaluating them as constant.

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