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British Columbia president warns of ‘unsustainable climate’ in municipality with no prospect of salary adjustment

British Columbia president warns of ‘unsustainable climate’ in municipality with no prospect of salary adjustment

Central Bank headquarters in Brasilia

BRASILIA (Reuters) – In a letter sent to President Roberto Campos Neto and the Central Bank’s Board of Directors, the heads of departments and government in the autonomous community said the lack of expectations for adjusting civil servants’ salaries creates an “unsustainable” environment, “with extremely negative impacts on the activities of” Enterprise.

Chiefs warned that BC management is futile, without proposals for adjustments that solve inflationary losses and inequalities, citing the difficulty of retaining staff and maintaining productivity.

“Handing over the BC# agenda and other strategic initiatives to this council is futile,” says the document, dated Tuesday and accessed by Reuters.

BC servers have been on strike since the beginning of May, for the second time this year, affecting the disclosure of a series of economic indicators as well as service delivery by the municipality.

In the letter, BC servers claim that the draft interim measure introduced by the municipality last Friday brings an important advance, but does not deal with the salary reinstatement.

“In this way, we understand that the immediate reintegration of the institutional productivity reward into the Parliament Draft and continued care in its process is essential,” says the letter, signed by 47 presidents.

Although it has gained operational independence, BC is not administratively independent and decisions regarding salary adjustment are dependent on the issuance of the budget by the federal government.

On Tuesday, Bolsonaro said everything indicated that it would not be possible to reset servers this year.

(by Isabel Versiani)

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