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Opinião da Direx: o orçamento do governo do estado para a defesa agropecuária

A Coreia do Sul, com a metade da área do Paraná, investirá no ano que vem US$ 315 milhões em saúde animal. E o governo Ratinho Junior?

 

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No Paraná

Para se ter uma ideia da política do governo Ratinho Junior para a fiscalização agropecuária pública do Paraná, enquanto a Coreia do Sul, com 100.210 km², investirá US$ 315 milhões em 2020 apenas no controle das doenças dos animais, o estado, com 199.315 km², conforme a Proposta da Lei Orçamentária Anual (PLOA) para 2020, propõe um orçamento total (salvo melhor juízo interpretativo) para a autarquia de defesa agropecuária de R$ 119.459.191,00 (p. 432 da PLOA para 2020), sendo que R$ 116.842.191,00 para a sua gestão administrativa e R$ 2.265.000,00  (p. 432 da PROA para 2020) ou US$ 555.147,05 destinados para a atividade-fim, ou seja: "planejar, coordenar e executar a Política Estadual de Defesa Agropecuária, por meio de normatização, fiscalização, inspeção, vigilância, registros, cadastros, certificações, capacitação e demais atividades inerentes à defesa agropecuária, promovendo a inocuidade alimentar e a sanidade das culturas agrícolas e rebanhos animais" (p. 432 da PLOA para 2020). 

O orçamento de R$ 2.265.000,00 (p. 432 da PLOA para 2020) ou US$ 555.147,05 para "atender" a atividade-fim da fiscalização agropecuária pública do Paraná, na perspectiva desta associação de classe, contrasta com a vistosa propaganda (que também é reverberada pelo patronato sindical e pela grande imprensa estadual) que vem sendo divulgada pelo governo Ratinho Junior sobre suas "conquistas sanitárias".

Os números da PLOA para 2020 desnudam a desimportância orçamentária governamental em desfavor da fiscalização agropecuária pública em um estado em que os negócios da agricultura têm um significativo peso socioeconômico.

Desta forma, diante da PLOA para 2020, como o governo Ratinho Junior, sem um atrativo investimento público em fiscalização agropecuária, intenciona manter no médio e longo prazo as suas "conquistas sanitárias" de "área livre de peste suína clássica" (PSC) e de "área livre de febre aftosa sem vacinação" e, óbvio, de forma a não vulnerabilizar o estado para que ele não fique suscetível à introdução e disseminação da peste suína africana (PSA) em prejuízo da indústria suína

 

Na Coreia do Sul

A notícia S. Korea sets aside more budget funds to fight animal diseases (por Yonhap) do The Korea Herald de 16 de dezembro de 2019, disse que o Ministério da Agricultura da Coreia do Sul reservou para o ano que vem mais recursos do orçamento público para combater as doenças dos animais, depois que a PSA atingiu criações de suínos no norte desse país.

 

 

 

A Assembleia Nacional da Coreia do Sul aprovou o orçamento de ₩ 371,4 bilhões de won (US$ 315 milhões) que será destinado aos esforços para combater uma variedade de doenças animais, o que representa um aumento de 20% em relação aos ₩ 308 bilhões de won alocados em 2019.

Modificado em 18-1-2020 em 11:00

 

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5-7-2019 - The Pig Site & ASF confirmed in Bulgaria [According to Reuters, two cases of ASF have been identified in Bulgaria. The disease was identified in backyard pigs from Zhernov, a village in the northern part of the country. In response, the National Food Safety Agency will cull the pigs in Zhernov and establish a 3km quarantine zone around the village. Read more about this story here]

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2-6-2019 - Associação dos Fiscais da Defesa Agropecuária do Estado do Paraná (Afisa-PR) & Fiscalização agropecuária pública é fundamental e estratégica [E caso a peste suína africana (PSA) apareça por aqui? É preciso política pública de Estado (e não de governadores/comissionados de confiança que transitam governos) permanente e de longo prazo em favor da fiscalização agropecuária pública; é preciso o fim da desvalorização profissional e da sub remuneração na base da carreira própria em prejuízo do fiscal agropecuário do Paraná!]

 

 

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28-5-2019 - Reuters & China faces long struggle to tackle African swine fever: OIE [It will take years for China to contain the deadly African swine fever virus that has spread throughout the country, which is the world’s biggest pork producer, the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) said on Tuesday]

 

 

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23-2-2019 - Associação dos Fiscais da Defesa Agropecuária do Estado do Paraná (Afisa-PR) & PSA se espalha pela Ásia [Relatados os primeiros surtos de peste suína africana (PSA) no Vietnã & ASF spreads across Asia & Reported the first outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) in Vietnam]

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17-11-2018 - Associação dos Fiscais da Defesa Agropecuária do Estado do Paraná (Afisa-PR) & China: receia-se que o surto de PSA se transforme em epidemia [Carece de investimento o controle da epizoótica peste suína africana (PSA): "A trágica ironia da alocação de investimento para o controle de doenças zoonóticas é que a PSA, eventualmente, poderá causar tanto impacto sobre uma fonte de proteína vital na cadeia alimentar para bilhões de pessoas quanto poderia causar uma epidemia humana"]

7-9-2018 - Associação dos Fiscais da Defesa Agropecuária do Estado do Paraná (Afisa-PR) & Opinião da Direx: peste suína africana (PSA) fora de controle? [Com o aumento da velocidade da batalha global contra a PSA, setores da iniciativa privada vinculados aos negócios da agropecuária e os governos de passagem pelo poder não deveriam contar apenas com a sorte... & Opinion of Direx: African swine fever (PSA) out of control? & With the speeding up of the global battle against ASF, sectors of the private initiative linked to the agribusiness business and the governments of passage by the power shouldn't rely on luck...]