The president of Fiesp (Federation of Industries of São Paulo), Josué Gomes, and his predecessor, Paulo Skaf, sign a joint note that promises to be the entity’s “peace treaty”. Closed this Thursday (26), the agreement should end months of a public fight, which included requests for assembly, voting for the removal of the current leader, interim possession of a deputy and even extrajudicial notification.
“We concluded that it is up to us to set an example of overcoming differences”, say Skaf and Josué in the document to which the Sheet had access.
In the note, the two claim to have reflected together on the situation of the industry and the federation, and that they decided to use “all our energy, leadership capacity and articulation” to strengthen the entity and, from it, the process of reindustrialization of Brazil .
The document was created this Thursday during the course of the day and released by Fiesp at the end of the afternoon.
Josué Gomes had made the first signs for pacification at the beginning of the week, when he met with unions and guaranteed that the entities would have more space in the composition of the superior councils and departments.
At the meeting scheduled to discuss the creation of a governance improvement committee, the president of Fiesp would also have said, according to directors present at the meeting, that he would seek out those who voted for his deposition in order to try to reach a conciliation.
On the same day, opposition leaders heard by the Sheet they already spoke of this possibility, but pointed out that the nod would have to come from Josué. The nod came.
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