Due to a lack of quorum, the Chamber of Deputies was unable to analyze this Wednesday the bill that aims to eliminate fuel quotas for officials and authorities of state entities.
During the extraordinary session held this Wednesday, the Lower House had among one of its items on the agenda the project that seeks the elimination of fuel quotas.
The main purpose of the proposal is to eliminate the so-called “vouchers” or special allocations for fuel loads that are usually assigned to officials or authorities of public entities.
In its first point, the expense computers of State agencies and entities, corporations with a majority shareholding of the State, are prohibited from assigning, discounting, exempting and delivering fuel or quotas to their highest authorities.
The resources for fuel will have to be allocated to the regional and local health councils, for use in ambulances and for the hydrant vehicles of the fire department, according to what the document indicates.
Before this point is dealt with, several deputies decided to leave the room, leaving the extraordinary session without a quorum and preventing the project in question from being analyzed.