Two provisional measures lose effectiveness on Sunday; 24 still pending

The provisional measures were edited by the Bolsonaro government (Image: Wesley Amaral/Chamber of Deputies)

Two provisional measures not yet analyzed in Chamber of Deputies expire this Sunday (5): MPs 1135/22 and 1136/22, both edited by the Bolsonaro government.

The first allowed the government to postpone budget transfers to sectors of culture and events provided for in the laws Paulo Gustavo, Aldir Blanc 2 and the Emergency Program for the Resumption of the Events Sector (Perse). The text received 44 amendments.

The second MP limited the use of resources from the National Fund for Scientific and Technological Development (FNDCT). She received 15 amendments from deputies and senators.

How is the procedure

A provisional measure is in force for 60 days, renewable for another 60 days. After that, if it has not been voted on in both Houses of Parliament (Chamber It is Senate), it “lapses”, that is, it loses its validity.

The Constitution determines that the legal relations established by an unapproved MP can be defined by Congress, by means of a legislative decree. If you do so within 60 days after expiry, the acts performed during the term of the MP are validated.

There are still another 24 provisional measures pending a vote in Parliament.

Source: Moneytimes

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