Lula recreates the positions of tax attachés. The salary is 100 thousand drams
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Lula’s government (PT) this Friday (31) re-created four positions of tax and customs attachés with a salary of around R$100,000, reports Estadão..
According to the Sao Paulo newspaper, the recreated stations are located in c Brazilian Embassies in Washington, D.C., Buenos Aires, Asuncion, and Montevideo. The measure is mentioned in the decree published in the Union’s official gazette.
The four attaché posts have been in place since 2000, and Jair Bolsonaro’s (LL) administration created five more late last year, in Paris, Brussels, Beijing, New Delhi and Abu Dhabi.
Lula canceled them all on his first day in office and also canceled the appointments made at the end of his predecessor’s administration.
Among Bolsonaro’s beneficiaries was Julio César Vieira Gómez, the former special secretary of federal revenue who was assigned to the Paris embassy. It was Gomes who worked with the former president to heal Saudi Arabian jewels worth BRL 16.5 million that were kept at the Guarulhos airport customs office.