Senate approves salary increase, see who voted in favor

Salaries reaching R $39 thousand.

The Federal Senate of Brazil approved, last Wednesday, the increase of the Federal Supreme Court minister salaries from R $ 33.7 thousand to 39.3 thousand. To advance, this measure now needs the approval of the current President, Michel Temer.

Jair Bolsonaro, who will assume Brazil's presidency in January of 2019, has already been critical of this measure, because according to some calculations, this increase may have an impact on public accounts in the amount of R $ 4 billion.

In this vote, there were 41 votes in favor of the measure, 16 against and only one abstention. See below which of the senators gave the 'ok' to this proposal.

Acir Gurgacz (PDT-RO)

Aécio Neves (PSDB-MG)

Ângela Portela (PDT-RR)

Antonio Anastasia (PSDB-MG)

Antônio Valadares (PSB-SE)

Armando Monteiro (PTB-PE)

Ataídes Oliveira (PSDB-TO)

Cássio Cunha Lima (PSDB-PB)

Cidinho Santos (PR-MT)

Ciro Nogueira (PP-PI)

Dalirio Beber (PSDB-SC)

Davi Alcolumbre (DEM-AP)

Edison Lobão (MDB-MA)

Eduardo Amorim (PSDB-SE)

Eduardo Braga (MDB-AM)

Eduardo Lopes (PRB-RJ)

Fernando Coelho (MDB-PE)

Garibaldi Alves Filho (MDB-RN)

Hélio José (PROS-DF)

Ivo Cassol (PP-RO)

Jorge Viana (PT-AC)

José Agripino (DEM-RN)

José Amauri (PODE-PI)

José Medeiros (PODE-MT)

José Serra (PSDB-SP)

Otto Alencar (PSD-BA)

Paulo Bauer (PSDB-SC)

Paulo Rocha (PT-PA)

Raimundo Lira (PSD-PB)

Renan Calheiros (MDB-AL)

Roberto Rocha (PSDB-MA)

Romero Jucá (MDB-RR)

Rose de Freitas (CAN-ES)

Sérgio Petecão (PSD-AC)

Tasso Jereissati (PSDB-CE)

Telmário Mota (PTB-RR)

Valdir Raupp (MDB-RO)

Vicentinho Alves (PR-TO)

Walter Pinheiro (Without a BA party)

Wellington Fagundes (PR-MT)

Zeze Perrella (MDB-MG)

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