Published on : Saturday, February 2, 2013
In a national meeting of new mayors, the Brazil Tourism Ministry presented
new rules for signing of agreements. The object of the presentation was the
new version of Ordinance 112, establishing rules and criteria to formalize
voluntary transfer of resources to support projects aimed at the development
of tourism. The legislation defines the audience, deadlines, values, types of
projects and works that can receive resources of the Ministry of Tourism and
the parliamentary amendments.
Officials from the Ministry showed the paths that lead to public funding for
events and construction of tourism infrastructure. “Be thorough in preparingprojects to solve problems and attracting investment to cities,” director of theDepartment of Infrastructure Ministry of Tourism, Neusvaldo Ferreira Limasaid.
According to him, the demand for executive projects for the realizationof agreements and contracts is an innovation of the ordinance that will bepublished shortly. The director listed the works that can be financed viz building event centers, plazas, access, restoring the historical monuments,sanitation and cleaning of beaches. He noted that the only way to compete for resources is the system of covenants by the federal government.
The coordinator-general of the Ministry of Tourism Management and Planning,Marco Antonio Delgado, spoke about the new policy to support the event. To a packed auditorium, mostly by mayors of cities with less than 20,000 inhabitants,he said the Tourism Ministry “will support only events of traditional character or popular noticeable knowledge”, i.e, festivals like Christmas, Mardi Gras, St. John or events that have become tradition in the cities as some religious festivals.Hooked on phonics records student achievements for resume making service easy reference, and features a my words section which lets students create sentences with word segments on a digital whiteboard