Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Passe Livre São Paulo

fb : "The protests that mobilized the country in June 2013 brought up again the indignation of millions of people with public transportation. The people went to the streets to fight for the reduction of tariffs, for all and for all. This demonstrates that the people consider public transportation a right-and not as a boon for some, as the students-and is willing to face rulers and businessmen to conquer it. In this sense, the proposed constitutional amendment (PEC) 74, which places in the Constitution that public transportation is a social right is a breakthrough. But currently the PEC is standing at the desk of the President of the Senate, Renan Calheiros. The Chamber of Deputies has already approved this project in two votes, and the only thing missing was Renan Calheiros put it to a vote in the Senate."