President Jair Bolsonaro (no party) spent R$476,000 on the motorcycle that took place on June 12 in São Paulo, according to a survey by the Metrópoles portal. The amount would have been paid by the presidency’s corporate card and includes the expenses of the entourage on the trip.
According to the publication, the General Secretariat refuses to divulge the names of people who benefited from expenses paid with public money, claiming to be confidential.
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In addition to federal government spending, the states also bear expenses to host the president’s supporters’ motorcycle rides. In June, the São Paulo Security Secretariat said it had spent more than R$1.2 million to reinforce the event’s security – the information was obtained through the Access to Information Law and passed on to federal deputy Ivan Valente (PSOL-SP) .
In Rio de Janeiro, the motorcycle of May 23 cost R$ 231.3 thousand to the federal public coffers, informed the General Secretariat of the Presidency at the time.
The presidency post spent R$476,000 on motorcycles in São Paulo, says the site first appeared in ISTOÉ DINHEIRO.