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OAB RS and civil society organizations launched Rio Grande Health Movement

Objective is to ensure law that determines the immediate application of 12% by the state resources for public health

 
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In search of improvements to the health system of Rio Grande do Sul, from this Tuesday (3) will start the "Great River Health Movement One Million Reasons to Comply with Law," which has the support of the Order of Lawyers of Brazil (OAB / RS).

The movement seeks to ensure that the law requires the immediate application of 12% by the state in resources for public health, ie, regulates Constitutional Amendment 29. This standard establishes, among other points, the minimum and the apportionment of funds to be invested annually by the Union, states, Federal District and Municipalities in stocks and public health services.

To mobilize the government of the RS, the movement will go the state to collect signatures at the end, will be delivered to the governor of the RS to raise awareness about the importance of law enforcement.

The president of the OAB / RS, Claudio Lamachia, said the national campaign is being promoted by the Federal Council of the Bar Association of Brazil (CFOAB), together with the Brazilian Medical Association (AMA) and other entities that make up the National Front for More Resources for Health initiative supports the draft Law on People's Initiative which seeks to amend Complementary Law 141/12 which regulates Constitutional Amendment 29 (with respect to the financing of sub SUS).

In the evaluation of the National Front for More Resources for Health, with only a fixed percentage allocation of resources for health care will ensure the country. Over the months of April, May and June, the members will move through the cities of Pelotas, Passo Fundo, Alegrete, Santa Rosa, Caxias do Sul and Santa Maria. In the OAB / RS integrating the initiative of the Federation Santas Casas, Cremers; Famurs; SIMERS; Sindisaúde; Abrasus; AMRIGS; CRA / RS; Fehosul, and Feessers.

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