Arthur Lira, President of the Chamber of Deputies | Photo: Pablo Valadares / Chamber of Deputies
The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Arthur Lira (PP-AL), said on Tuesday (3) that he hopes to have the administrative reform proposal voted in plenary by the end of August. Lira says the text was debated transparently with all House parliamentarians. He also guaranteed that the proposal will not end with grandfathered. “Here in the House, we have to be very careful with the versions that are created on the facts. And the worst version is the one that spreads, that makes itself known, that the civil servant is going to be suppressed, that all rights are going to be extinguished. This is not true. We will maintain and respect the vested interest and take a cut. Now the new tickets in the public service will be sure that they will come to a more agile state, which will be charged. They are already aware that the rules will be different, ”said the MP.