With ETCO sponsorship, Sinprofaz discusses the feasibility of public policies
Event was held in Porto de Galinhas (PE) and also talked about State Advocacy
The National Union of National Treasury Attorneys (Sinprofaz) held, from November 21 to 23, the 13th National Meeting of National Treasury Attorneys. Sponsored by ETCO, the meeting held in Porto de Galinhas (PE) aimed to discuss State Advocacy and the viability of Public Policies.
The opening table for the ceremony was composed by the President of the Union, Heráclio Camargo; the Chief of Staff of the Government of Pernambuco, Tadeu Alencar; Federal Deputy Paulo Rubem Santiago (PDT-PE); the General Consultant of the Union Arnaldo Godoy; the Regional Attorney of the National Treasury of the 5th Region, Raquel Teresa Martins Peruch Borges; and the Director Treasurer of the OAB Pernambuco Section, Bruno de Albuquerque Baptista.
ETCO Executive Director, Heloisa Ribeiro, gave a lecture at the event, when she presented the Institute, its main achievements and challenges for the future.
In the opening speech, the President of Sinprofaz, Heráclio Camargo, pointed out the context in which the event took place. "We are gathered here to discuss State Advocacy and the viability of Public Policies". He asked that the attorneys of the National Treasury join efforts in areas such as the creation of a support career, dignified remuneration, functional and reliable computerized systems, preservation of technical independence and autonomy to make public policies feasible.
From left to the right, Ana Tereza Basilio, lawyer, partner at Basilio Advogados; Ricardo Lodi Ribeiro, lawyer and former president of SINPROFAZ; Heráclio Camargo, President of Sinprofaz; Gustavo Binenbojm, PhD in Public Law and professor at UERJ, FGV and the Rio de Janeiro State Magistracy School; and Heloisa Ribeiro, Executive Director of ETCO.
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