THE Joint Budget Committee gathers at 10 o’clockat the plenary 2to vote on the preliminary opinion of the 2023 Budget (PLN 32/22).
The text was presented yesterday by Senator Marcelo Castro (MDB-PI) and a reserve of R$ 1.5 billion to meet non-taxable parliamentary amendments.
The amount was obtained through a linear cancellation of discretionary expenses of 1.3% of the total planned in the project.
Discretionary expenses are those related to funding and investments.
The rapporteur proposed that those with a value greater than R$ 1 million, supported by resources not linked to specific expenses, be affected.
Most of it will be distributed to the 16 budget sector rapporteurs, or R$825 million.
Another 25% will remain with amendments from state caucuses and 20% with the general rapporteur.
Permanent committee amendments must be covered by the general rapporteur or the sectoral rapporteurs, with at least R$ 225 million.
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