Minister Gilmar Mendes, of the STF (Federal Supreme Court), decided this Sunday (18) that the maintenance next year of the Auxílio Brasil —which in the government of the president-elect, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, will once again be called Bolsa Família— occur due to the opening of extraordinary credit and that these expenses are not included in the limits of the expenses ceiling.
Gilmar partially complied with a request presented by the Rede Sustentabilidade party. The decision comes amid negotiations between Lula and the mayor, deputy Arthur Lira (PP-AL), for the approval in the National Congress of a PEC (Proposed Amendment to the Constitution) precisely to guarantee the payment of aid of R$ 600 in 2023.
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