Carlos Moisés da Silva (PSL) was in Belo Horizonte (MG) Saturday for a meeting with the leaders of the South and Southeastern governments and held the agenda of meetings with governors early in his administration. The main consequence of the event was the group's support for the pension reform proposed by President Jair Bolsonaro (PSL). For Moisé's "Santa Catarina, unconditional support for the reform is presented because it understands that the development of our state and our region goes through foreign investment, business confidence, and all this goes through the reform of social security".
But another measure draws attention. The state governors decided to set up a consortium, Cosud. The proposal is to integrate efforts in 10 areas: security, health, education, tourism, prison system, logistics / transport, fight against smuggling, debureaucratisation, economic development and innovation and technology. One idea is that purchases are made together, for example. Integrated police activities should also be part of the partnership.
According to the Minas Gerais Agency, Carlos Moisés stressed that Cosud is important for the issue of tax incentives, one of its flags in this governmental beginning: "It is an opportunity to discuss the fiscal incentives that today end up promoting this war. and thus a stronger country ".
Governors meet again in April in São Paulo.