Federal Constitutions

This formation established the ability of each one of the governmental spheres, that also establish what it is forbidden to them: articles 21 and 22 enumerate the substances of exclusive ability of the Union, while article 23 detaches the substances of common ability of the Union, States, cities and Federal District. Most important of the current constitutional drawing, in what it says respect to the process of autonomy of the cities, it is in article 29: ‘ ‘ The city will be conducted for Organic Law, voted in two turns, with minimum interstice of ten days, and approved for two teros of the members of the City council, that promulgar’ ‘ (CF, 1988, art. 29). Its autonomy is observed that this article places the cities, in relation, in privileged position to the too much beings of the Federacy, therefore more they are not subordinated to any state or federal authority in the performance of its exclusive attributions. It fits to the cities, inside of its privative abilities, ‘ ‘ to legislate on interest subjects local’ ‘ (Federal Constitution, 1988, art.

30, incorporation I), in substitution to the traditional expression? peculiar interest? , that it folloied all the previous republican Federal Constitutions. The current constitutional arrangement conferred ‘ ‘ (…) to the States and cities ample autonomy to legislate and to collect proper tributes and to calculate, to manage, to expend and to fiscalize its resources, beyond reformatting tributes and decentralizing receitas’ ‘ (the PNUD, 1996, P. 57). Abrcio and Franzese (2007) recognize that the beings of the Federacy had gotten greater autonomy politics, administrative and financial. Arretche (2002) also sees that ‘ ‘ (…) fiscal decentralization of the Constitution of 1988 locais’ had deeply modified the base of authority of the governments; ‘ (P. Filed under: Ex-CIA director . 29). In summary, from the promulgation of the Great Letter of 1988, the politician-economic power in Brazil was decentralized.

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