A stage of resistance against administrative reform (PEC 32), Brasília brings together around 180,000 federal public servants, active and retired, who will be impacted by the federal government’s proposal that penalizes workers and dismantles public services.
According to the president of the Central Workers of the Federal District (CUT-DF), Rodrigo Rodrigues, public servants will be affected in their working relationship with the State, but the entire population will be harmed. “The administrative reform could mean the end of public services for the population”, observes Rodrigues.
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“We will have a lower quality service for several reasons, one of which is the possibility of delivering the provision of services to third parties. Education and health may not be provided directly to the population as it is today. Other assistance services will be precarious, but the worst thing is the possibility of hiring people for the public service that is not through a competitive examination, but through political indication”, highlights the president.
For the leader, “this means the legalization of corruption. These servers will be subjected to any kind of wrongdoing that the duty officer wants to do”. He gives as an example the denunciation of a “crack” involving the Bolsonaro family, which requires the return of part of the workers’ wages.
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The general secretary of the Union of Federal Public Servants in the DF (Sindsep-DF), Oton Pereira Neves, explains that if the Proposal for Amendment to the Constitution is approved, public examinations will be practically extinct, since the “PEC allows the outsourcing of everything”. For him “it is an unprecedented dismantling. Let’s go back to the beginning of the last century”, he emphasizes.
Neves said that the unions that represent public servants continue to mobilize permanently until the proposal is filed. “The centrals are committed to defeating the PEC”.
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For Rodrigues, it is “very important to mobilize the entire working class and society as a whole so that we do not see the destruction of the good provision of services to the population”.
This week, the report on the administrative reform began to be analyzed by the Special Committee of the Chamber of Deputies. To pressure parliamentarians to vote against the end of public services in Brazil, civil servants, union entities and popular movements carried out acts in the city.
Source: Federal District BdF
Edition: Flávia Quirino