Rio re-launches City Council for strategic planning

Comprising 350 people distinguished by their personal or professional performance in the most diverse areas, the council has held its first meeting on Thursday and will hold another one to define the priorities for the city and should present the planning at the end of June, as provided for in the city's Organic Law.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Rio de Janeiro's city government yesterday, May 6th, re-launched the City Council, which aims to prepare the strategic planning for the coming years and monitor its implementation.

Comprising 350 people distinguished by their personal or professional performance in the most diverse areas, the council has held its first meeting on Thursday and will hold another one to define the priorities for the city and should present the planning at the end of June, as provided for in the city's Organic Law.

According to the Secretary of Finance and Planning, Pedro Paulo, the council . . .

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