The president of the Cioeste, Elvis Leonardo Cezar, participated of a debate on public trusts in regions metropolitans in the last tuesday (25/04), in one of the tables of IV the EMDS (Meeting of the Cities with the Sustainable Development), biennial event that congregates mayors, representatives of the federal government and managing public of all the country.
Providing an environment for exchanges of experiences, the meeting enriches the quarrel concerning public politics that have as focus the sustainable local development.
The purpose of the table was to argue the way as it has if succeeded the functioning of the public trusts, approaching the programs and action of common interest that they make possible, the Governance strategies that they have adopted, which are its models of financing and the search of these associations for institutionalization.
In the third organized table to deal with the subject, the idea was to debate the value added for a public trust to the Governance of the regions metropolitans, leading in consideration its dynamics. The table counted on moderation of the executive coordinator of the OCPF (Astroroof of the Public Trusts and the Federalism), Marcela Cherubine.
Elvis Cezar – that, beyond president of the Cioeste, he is mayor of the city of Santana de Parnaíba and chairman of the board of Development of the Region Metropolitana of São Paulo – illustrated the debate with the example of the Cioeste (Intermunicipal Trust of the Region West Metropolitan of São Paulo).
The governor pointed one of the actions of the trust, the joint medicine purchase with respect to all the cities that integrate it, that it culminated in a economy of 40% in relation to the paid value if the city halls bought the remedies separately, to illustrate the benefits of the public trusts. It still said on the growth of the Cioeste in the region West of São Paulo.
The teacher Diana Mota, who was also one of the debaters of the table, endorsed the advantages of the public trusts for the regions metropolitans, standing out the opportune quão is the Governance interfederative metropolitan, that is, the sharing of the public administration between the cities.
the fourth edition of the EMDS was carried through in Brasilia, between days 24 and 28 of April. Ahead of the delicate fiscal situation of the Brazilian cities, the debates presented in the event have turned around the central subject “Reinventar the financing and the Governance of the cities”.
The quarrels had been guided by some thematic axles. Between them they are: federative repact, consorciamento and regional development; services and public politics as right of the citizenship; global urban schedule and climatic changes; e incentive to the local economy, entrepreneurship, job and income.