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Eunapolis: APLB strike ‘harms students and is political’ says Cordelia Torres – News – Municipalities

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Eunapolis: APLB strike 'harms students and is political' says Cordelia Torres - News - Municipalities

Eunapolis Mayor Cordelia Torres (UB) says the APLB/Sindicato strike is “political and harms students and parents.” The strike lasted 40 days, and a recent court decision determined the return of 50% of the teachers to the classroom.

Currently, a teacher in Eunapolis earns one of the highest salaries in Bahia and wages are paid in advance on the 25th of each month. This amount is higher than the amount set by the federal government in January, after adjusting the minimum wage to the equivalent of R$ 3,845. And there are teachers who earn about 5,500 reais, and teachers, according to the mayor’s office, with a salary of about 8,000 reais.

“Many teachers disagree with the APLB/Union strike and want to be in the classroom. And our students have not attended classes for two years due to the pandemic and are now forced to stay at home. The APLB/Union strike has affected approximately 20,000 students,” says Cordelia Torres.

The municipal leadership also claims that the demonstration held this Friday (10) on BR-101 was “political in nature”. According to the mayor’s office, there were many protesters who did not belong to the municipal educational network, but were employees of the Federal Institute of Bahia (Ifba). And on the march there were shouts of “Get out, Bolsonaro.”

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For Damaso, politicians must act transparently and honestly in order to earn the respect of the population.

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For Damaso, politicians must act transparently and honestly in order to earn the respect of the population.

“I want to be a politician only as long as I have the respect of the population, and there is only one way to earn respect: to do serious work, transparently and honestly.” The statement was made by pre-gubernatorial candidate Osires Damaso (PSC) in a press interview in Araguaín during his last visit to the city, this Friday 24. In addition to meeting with communication specialists, he met with the authorities and political leaders of the municipality to strengthen his name in a dispute for state government.

Asked about his motives for running for president, Damaso talked about his experiences as a three-term state deputy, Legislative Assembly president, as a businessman, and the beginnings of his personal journey. “And this experience allowed me to get acquainted with the resources that reach the state, their potential and the real needs of the inhabitants of Tocantins,” he explained.

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“We need a government that truly runs an administration focused on economic development, growth and the quality of life of our people. We need industrialized, modern and respected Tocantinas. I am sure that with my experience I will have excellent management, giving people real opportunities,” Damaso said.

The pre-nominee also advocates a partnership between state government and municipalities to develop public policies that primarily benefit those living in situations of social vulnerability. “I want to implement the program in partnership with city halls, municipal councils and leaders so that we can deliver basic food packages to the population, restoring the mood of many families. But, in addition, we need a state program so that these people can enter the labor market,” he stressed.

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As for the progress of the campaign, Damaso stressed that he was “very pleased with the receptivity of the population and the support received.” Among his main supporters are state deputy Junior Geo (PSC) and former mayor of Palmas, Carlos Amastha (PSB), who served two terms. The joints are in full swing and new weight bearings should be announced soon.

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Marcos Braz responds to social media politics after Maracanã controversy

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Marcos Braz responds to social media politics after Maracanã controversy

BUT Negative disagreement with Vasco over the use of Maracana rocked social media on this Sabbath day. Tarcisio Motta, Councilor of the City of Rio and federal candidate, published a publication saying that the stadium is for all fans. An irritated Marcos Braz, Vice President of Flamengo Football Club and also an adviser, responded to the politician.

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– Maracana is public! It was built and renovated (several times) with government money! Its concession cannot run counter to the interests of all citizens. Denying the consortium is baseless, absurd and FORCE US TO ACTIVATE MP. Maraca for all fans,” Tarcisio wrote on Twitter.

– When it comes to paying operating costs, no, – said the vice-president of Flamengo.

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The controversy began after Vasco applied for the loan of Maracanã against Sport in a match valid for Serie B on 3 July. A stadium consortium led by Flamengo and Fluminense rejected the request.

The clubs’ decision caused a huge uproar, and the state government decided to connect to the track. The stadium soap opera is divided and promises to open new chapters in the coming days.

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Adelio’s view of Bolsonaro and politics

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Adelio's view of Bolsonaro and politics