With cross-checked data of ([a]source 1 and source 2), the Senate´s Legislative advisor Marcos Köhler corroborates the claims made at federal , state and municipal levels - about their payroll ballooning. The claim is that this happens because of the increasing pressure in public expenditures with their civil servants.
So, he argues, in the a 13-year span, the gap between public and private wages has gone from R$ 880 to R$ 1650.
([a]could be “of several government ministries/from IRS and the Brazilian Treasury? - to have a cross-checking one needs at least two sources...)
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One of the comments read "Curiously, the advisor recommends freezing police and education workers/teachers etc, that in average make R$ 2,000
While he (the advisor) earns R$ 40,000 working in the Senate.
Plus, the Senate itself and the Judiciary is not complaining, only the executives branches...
More on the pay for civil servants of the legislative in Sao Paulo, not to be confused with civil servants in general.http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/s ... clnk&gl=br