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Chamber approves urgency for project that grants amnesty to farmers in Rio Grande do Sul affected by catastrophe in Brazil

Published May 22, 2024

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The Chamber of Deputies approved the urgency request for Bill 1536/2024, proposed by deputies Luciano Zucco and Rodolfo Nogueira. The bill aims to support rural producers in Rio Grande do Sul by granting amnesty, suspending payment of funding and investment installments for two years, creating a credit line for natural catastrophes, and regulating minimum income for farmers. Zucco highlighted the dire situation caused by torrential rains, necessitating immediate aid. The urgency approval accelerates the bill's processing, with a vote on its merits set for Wednesday, after which it will move to the Senate if passed.
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The urgency request for Bill 1536/2024, authored by deputies Luciano Zucco (PL-RS) and Rodolfo Nogueira (PL-MS), was approved this Tuesday (21), in the Plenary of the Chamber of Deputies. The proposal grants amnesty to rural producers in Rio Grande do Sul and suspends payment of funding and investment installments for a period of 2 (two) years. The text also establishes the creation of a credit line for natural catastrophes and regulates minimum income for farmers. According to Zucco, among the many emergencies to deal with in Rio Grande do Sul, one of them is the critical situation of rural producers who lost crops, animals, silos and equipment due to the force of torrential rains. “The scenario is a scorched earth, literally. And the answers to this tragedy must be the day before yesterday. These are incalculable losses for our agriculture. And rural men and women need this minimum support, which is the suspension of financing lines, emergency credit and a minimum income for ...
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