Famurs points out that 73 cities have declared a state of public calamity

Famurs points out that 73 cities have declared a state of public calamity

Municipal supply crisis also revealed that 131 are in emergency

Truckers strike reflected in shortages and public services in the interior of the State Credit: Guilherme Testa / CP MemoryPeople's Mail - CitiesThe Federation of Municipalities Associations of Rio Grande do Sul (Famurs) pointed out, on Tuesday afternoon, that 73 cities declared a state of public calamity due to the truckers strike.On its ninth day of shutdown, the supply crisis also led to 131 municipalities issuing an emergency.Famurs data came from a survey of managers from 380 of the 497 cities of the state.In addition to municipalities that have already declared calamity (36%) or emergency (64%), another 106 may adopt these measures if supplies are not standardized, Famurs said.According to the president of Famurs and mayor of Rio dos Índios, Salmo Dias de Oliveira, the survey, concluded on Tuesday, signaled that almost all municipal administrations were impacted by the shortage."Famurs is against the abusive increase in fuels because they are the main i...


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