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AGU asks the STF not to force the resumption of the amount of R$ 600

The Advocacy General of the Union (AGU) sent a letter to the Federal Supreme Court (STF), which directly requests that the Court not force the Federal Government to return with the Emergency Aid of BRL 600.

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Why does AGU not want to resume the R$ 600 of emergency aid?

The Advocacy General of the Union mentions that there are a series of limitations regarding the budget that prohibit the return of the initial value of this benefit granted in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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In other words, the return of Emergency Aid at the original amount, which lasted until mid-August 2020 for those who received it since April, is out of the question. There is no way to pay R$ 600.00 without breaking the federal spending ceiling.

Understand what the OAB process says about emergency aid

Beforehand, the Brazilian Bar Association wants Emergency Aid to return so that it is possible, in this way, to direct all the funds to the lower classes. One of these measures stipulated by the OAB is the return of Emergency Assistance in the amount of R$ 600.00, in addition to an allocation of R$ 1 billion to the Food Acquisition Program.

Disagreement about the legislation and regulations inserted with the performance of the Public Administration, would not be to show that there is a non-compliance with the current legal order

In other words, the OAB justifies the need for readjustments in Emergency Aid due to the growing number of families that are food insecure. According to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics, 19 million Brazilians are not sure what they will eat during the day and week, including.

The Federal Government disagrees with the mentions made by the OAB, and vehemently states that they are looking for ways to reduce poverty in Brazil. In this case, the AGU mentions that it would be interesting to change the value of the Bolsa Família installments and increase the number of beneficiaries.

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