by Marcela Ayres
BRASÍLIA (Reuters) – The Special Secretary for the Treasury and Budget, Bruno Funchal, said this Friday that many of the doubts, discomfort and uncertainties of the market with the Proposal for Amendment to the Constitution (PEC) of the Precatórios come from the proposal to create the fund that would be fed with the sale of assets of the Union.
The secretary indicated that, in conversations with economic agents, the fear raised was that the vehicle could generate a greater hole in the spending ceiling. According to the text, the fund’s resources could be used to reduce public debt and anticipate the payment of precatório in installments.
Funchal, who spoke at an online event promoted by Jota, acknowledged the recent turmoil in market prices due to concerns about the control of public accounts, but sought to emphasize that the government remains committed to fiscal responsibility, arguing that the PEC actually harmonizes the obligation to pay court orders with the ceiling, the country’s main fiscal anchor.
“Ceiling rule is so important that when you put it in doubt … look at what’s happening with the perception of risk,” he said.
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