We’re covering today the end of the illegal police strike in Ceará. How transparency in Brazil survives under Jair Bolsonaro. The cities that are completely dependent on pension benefits.
Police strike in Ceará comes to an end after over 200 deaths
After 13 days, police officers in Ceará agreed to end their illegal strike. In a deal between unions and the local administration, law enforcement agents return to work at 8 am today. On Tuesday, state lawmakers will vote on a bill to restructure law enforcement’s career charts, raising officers’ base salary from BRL 3,400 to 4,500 (USD 1,005).