Bill Will Enable Dismissal of New and Current Civil Servants for Poor Performance

Currently, in order to dismiss a federal servant, a disciplinary administrative proceeding (PAD) must be conducted. It must be proven that there was a crime committed against public administration, abandonment of office, administrative improbity or corruption.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In addition to sending an administrative reform that will concern only new servants, the government promises to submit a bill to Congress to regulate the potential for dismissal due to poor performance of current emplyees. This controversial provision is included in the Federal Constitution, but was never enforced because regulation was lacking.

Currently, in order to dismiss a federal employee, a disciplinary administrative proceeding (PAD) must be conducted, according to Law 8.112. It must be proven that there was a crime committed against public administration, abandonment of office, administrative improbity or corruption.

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