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Federal deputy Jorge Solla (PT-BA) said he will file a request with the Federal Supreme Court (STF) this Monday (5th) to be heard in ADI 7222, which asks for the unconstitutionality of the Nursing Floor Law.
Solla intends to attach to the request the report of the Working Group of the Chamber of Deputies, which calculated the financial impact of the payment of the floor in R$ 16.3 billion, as well as pointed out the sources of financing.
This Sunday (4), Minister Luís Roberto Barroso suspended the application of the law injunction and gave 60 days for municipalities, states and the Union to express themselves about the financial impact of the Nursing floor.
“Barroso’s request is unnecessary and will only have the effect of delaying the payment of the floor, which is already a right, it’s already law! What remains is Bolsonaro to comply and guarantee conditions to pay the floor”, Solla said.
The PT member was a member of the PL 2564/20 working group and highlights that the collegiate held public hearings with more than 30 guests.
“We dialogue with all segments: municipal and state health departments, private hospitals, philanthropies, workers. Bosses and employees reached similar values”, he said.
“We pointed out where to get the money: RP9, the secret amendment they didn’t want to give up in an election year. Bolsonaro sanctioned the floor, but did not agree to pay it, to now try to blame the STF. Predictable,” he added.