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The Chamber approves a project that will benefit health and safety servers during the pandemic - News

The Chamber approves a project that will benefit health and safety servers during the pandemic – News

12/16/2021 – 18:27

On Thursday (16) the House of Representatives approved Supplementary Bill (PLP) 150/20 allowing civil and military civil servants in the fields of health and public security with a period from May 2020 to December 2021 to acquire rights. related to the length of service. The matter will be sent to the Senate.

Authored by the deputy Guilherme Derrite (PP-SP)The text had a positive opinion of the representative Petty Officer Gonzaga (PDT-MG).

For the author, “the project only corrects the injustice with those professionals who have been on the front lines during the most difficult time of the pandemic.” The rapporteur had previously noted that “these servers saved many lives, but many lost theirs as well.”

Paolo Sergio / House of Representatives

Lieutenant Gonzaga Project Rapporteur

Staff Restrictions
The text changes Supplementary Law 173/20, which directed federal resources to states, the federal district and municipalities to fight the Covid-19 pandemic in exchange for restrictions on increasing expenditures with employees of the union and other federal entities during this period.

According to the law, it was forbidden not only to pay benefits associated with the length of service and increase salaries until the end of this year, but also to calculate the time for future payments. These length of service benefits include annual terms, three-year, five-year terms, and bonus leave.

The exception applies to employees of the Union, States, Federal District and Municipalities.

The bill prohibits the payment of arrears due to time counting in that period and specifies that the payment will return on January 1, 2022.

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