Wednesday , June 23 2021

Mayor of Planaltina and another seven arrested from financial perceptions when reforming City Council | Goiás



The mayor of Planaltina, Pastor André (PRB), was arrested on Tuesday (6) suspected of fraud in bids and misuse of money in the City Council's reform work. In addition, public servants and business workers were also arrested.

At the time of work, André Luíz Magalhães was the president of the Chamber and, at present, was acting the mayor of the city, which is in the vicinity of the Federal Area.

The municipal press office of Planaltina de Goiás said in a note that he was awaiting further news from the Office of the Public Prosecutor's Office and that the arrest was temporarily in relation to deeds done at the time he was still a councilor.

Of all, there are eight arrest warrants and 14 search and admission guarantees have been served. The act, called Hands-on, is also happening in Cyprus, Formosa and Guará, a Latin satellite and a Federal Class.

"The operation finds inconsistencies in the reforms made in the Council of Planaltina Councilors. [presos] He subsequently made a number of flaws by the mayor and all these allegations were fraudulent. The work was too overwhelming and there was a deviation of public money, "said champion Rafael Simonetti.

The Public Ministry did not inform who the other are concerned, but said they were the administrators of the City and Business Council.

G1 contacted the City Council at 9am on the e-mail provided on the site requesting information about the work and for the arrest of administrators, but no response was received until that report was published. The calls made were not met between 9am and 9:20 am.

See other news from the region in Aberystwyth G1 Goiás.

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MP clears budget termination in the work of the Council of Planaltina Councilors – Photo: MP / Divulgação


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