President Jair Bolsonaro imposed sanctions on Friday (May 17,1919), a bill approved by Congress that gave fines to amnesty. However, he vetoed experts regarding the return, collection or transfer to the Ministry of Finance of contributions made by civil servants who performed the functions or positions they appointed.
This is the whole of Law 13,831 / 2017, which amends Law 9,096 / 1995, which aims to ensure autonomy for political parties to determine the term of office of members of permanent or temporary party organs; and make other arrangements.
In a (complete) note, the government said that veto occurred because of the proposal "Not profitable in the current fiscal framework", because it will result in neglect of the income that arises from it.
"In addition, art rules. 113 from ADCT and art. 114 from LDO, and no estimates of neglect resulting from amnesty in the process, with detailed calculations of how this was achieved and appropriate sources of compensation", said the note.
Veto was sent to the National Congress, where it would be analyzed by representatives and senators, who had the prerogative to defend it or to overthrow it.
The government faces serious problems in relation to public accounts, and even requires contingency, that is, to block some of the budgets of several ministries. Among them, the Ministry of Education, which blocked funds from federal universities, triggered protests across the country against confinement of parts to universities.
This section was vetoed in the bill which regulated the duration of the party leaders' mandate. This bill was approved by Congress on April 25.
Part of the approved project stipulates:
- female application: parties that do not comply with women's campaign incentive rules but use the money to fund nominations through the 2018 election can also be punished, also allowing parties that still have the resources from previous years to use the money until 2020;
- Accountability: As for municipal bodies that have not transferred resources or collected estimated assets in cash, substitutes free them from submitting exemption declarations, debits and federal tax credits and accounting reports to the IRS;
- Cadin: in all decisions of the Election Court regarding the granting of an account, even those rejected, partisan leaders cannot be registered in Cadin (Cadastro Informativo de Credits Not Revoked from Organ and Federal Entity);
- Civil and criminal liability: the text defines civil and criminal responsibility subjectively. They should only reach the leader in charge of the organ at the time of the fact, not prevent leaders from currently receiving funds from the Partisan Fund;
- Bank account: the text stipulates that the party's national leadership will be obliged to open bank accounts exclusively for party fund movements and the application of minimum resources in promoting feminine participation;
- Temporary directory:temporary organs of the parties can last a maximum of 8 years, and legends will have autonomy to determine the tenure of organ members, whether permanent or temporary.