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Government provides an additional R$1 million to help the State of Rio Grande do Sul
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Published on Thursday night (23), in an extra edition of the Official Gazette of the Union (DOU), the federal government opened a new extraordinary credit worth R$ 1.8 billion for actions taking place in the state of Rio Grande do Sul.

An MP published in the Official Gazette of the Union has the force of law, but must be approved by all of Congress within 3 months to be validated. Therefore, the money can be released and used by Rio Grande do Sul, with any remaining balance remaining available and the text must be approved by parliamentarians during this 3-month period.

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Current status of the publication that will be included

According to the publication, Rio Grande do Sul is spending R$22 million on works and services for the resumption of academic activities at federal and state universities. A strengthening of free and comprehensive legal assistance, worth R$13 million. Better support for emergency medical services and connectivity, worth R$27 million. Environmental inspection and emergency services, 26 million. Acquisition of new equipment for guardianship councils, worth R$1 million. Civil defense action of R$ 260 thousand. Reconstruction aid of R$1 million. Integrated actions by the Federal Police, National Public Security Force, worth R$51 million.

The entire amount will still be paid in installments from the Municipal Participation Fund (FPM), for a total value, to date, of RS 189 million. According to the federal government, the value will cover education, public security, justice, the environment, media, regional developments and human rights and citizenship.

Climate in Rio Grande do Sul

The rains were restricted to the south of Rio Grande do Sul this week, in areas of the south coast and close to the Paraguayan border. Between 1:30 am on Wednesday (22) and 1:30 am on Thursday (23) May, the National Center for Monitoring and Alerting of Natural Disasters (Cemaden) recorded 81.2 mm in Arroio Grande, 67.6 mm in Rosário do Sul, 66.6 mm in Canguçu, 64.4 mm in Pelotas/Capão do Leão and 63.6 mm in São Lourenço do Sul.

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For the next few days, today there is a 100% chance of rain and a minimum of 5 degrees, with a maximum of 15 degrees; Saturday, with a minimum of 4 degrees with a maximum of 10 degrees; Sunday, maximum of 13 degrees and minimum of 7 degrees; Monday, with a minimum of 7 degrees and a maximum of 13 degrees with 100% rain; Tuesday, with 50% rain and a minimum of 8 degrees and a maximum of 13 degrees.

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