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Nakayama’s 5 urgent steps to stop waste in Congress

There are five urgent administrative measures proposed by Eduardo Nakayama, a liberal senator, to avoid the waste of salaries discovered by the Senate after learning of the salaries received by many officials in the positions of directors and leaders.

“Tomorrow I will formally ask Beto Ovelar to adopt urgent administrative measures aimed at ending the scandalous waste that occurs with large salaries to put the house in order; we just need the political will,” he wrote in his X account.

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Garbage in Congress: urgent measures

The liberal senator proposed five urgent administrative measures to avoid wasting state resources on salaries for officials of the National Congress.

1) Reject or not renew the contract of advisors without functions.

2) Grant officers less than two years of non-requirement.

3) Get rid of unnecessary bonuses.

4) Remove 70% of addresses.

5) Criminal reporting of planning cases.

Congressional telephone exchange direction salaries

This directory, with many officials, is responsible for receiving calls and forwarding them to the corresponding parliamentarians or other officials in both Chambers of Congress.

  • The director has a salary of G. 21,357,700.
  • The boss has a salary of G. 11,050,000.
  • The person in charge of the area will receive G$7,800,000.

Printing and binding directions

The parliamentary department has six office officials whose salaries range from G. 3,000,000 to G. 11,000,000.

Carlos Arrúa, director of printing and binding for the Senate, told the same radio that he was in charge of printing the bulletins, between 8 and 10 units per day, which arrive in a matrix.

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