Diplomats criticize Itamaraty management and cuts in posts abroad

Diplomats criticize Itamaraty management and cuts in posts abroad
Diplomats criticize Itamaraty management and cuts in posts abroad
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According to the association, there are “dozens of diplomats filling offices in Brasília or poorly distributed throughout Brazil, due to erratic management of human resources at Itamaraty.”

“Bringing in young diplomats from abroad constitutes an ad hoc patch that does not solve the MRE’s real and deep personnel problems”, say the diplomats.

In the note, the diplomats admit that the years of the Jair Bolsonaro government have been overcome.

“To the satisfaction and pride of all employees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Brazilian diplomacy once again occupied, under the current government, a legitimate prominent position on the international scene”, they point out.

But they warn that such a position requires a “well-sized diplomatic corps, abroad and in Brazil, and better working conditions, guided by strategic planning for the training and mobility of human resources”.

“To ensure a minimum of stability in the administrative procedures that regulate the professional lives of its employees, ADB Sindical is requesting the review of the aforementioned acts and the commitment, on the part of the MRE administration, to dialogue before editing internal rules that affect face the lives and plans of civil servants and their families”, the diplomats ask.

ADB Sindical also calls for transparency and for a dialogue process to be followed capable of ensuring, on the one hand, “the ability to fully fulfill the constitutional functions of Itamaraty as executor of Brazilian foreign policy and, on the other, respect and the dignity of its servants”.


The article is in Portuguese

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