After Kancha was published, the deputies set the plenary session with the sole aim of making the daily allowance valid for those who, urgently, were selected before traveling to Russia
After the beach soccer selection, announced this Thursday, through CANCHA, the case for not receiving the economic stimulus promised by New Ideas MPs, last May, before going to the World Cup in Russia, the point took a turn. That same afternoon, it was announced that there would be a green light for that.
The President of the Assembly, Representative Ernesto Castro, announced on his Twitter account that an extraordinary session will take place next Friday, in order to approve the economic point of the “beach warriors”, who will travel to Europe on Monday.
“I am calling for an extraordinary plenary session tomorrow (Friday) August 6, at 2:30 pm. We will have, as one point on the agenda, approval of an incentive for our Selecta jersey, which leaves next Monday for the World Cup in Russia,” he tweeted.
The post, accompanied by a photo with the formalization of the plenary, closed it as follows: “We will make history together, little lobster!”.
The post received responses from various representatives from Cyan Bank, who confirmed that they would attend and that they would like to support those selected. While different opinions demanded that Selecta be respected and that the promise made a few months ago is being kept, they talked about $7,000 per member ($6,000 as incentive for rating it and $1,000 as daily value).
The national team will leave for Russia on Monday and focus from Sunday. As of Friday, he is closing his business and will be home with his family to say goodbye before the World Cup. For this reason, the group wanted to make it clear to the residents, before the trip, that it had not received that money, so that there would be no speculation on the issue.
I am calling for an extraordinary plenary session tomorrow August 6 at 2:30 pm. We will have as one point on the agenda the approval of an incentive for our chosen jersey, which will leave next Monday for the World Cup in Russia.
We’ll make history together, little crabs! pic.twitter.com/OUNpJISUBU
– Ernesto Castro (ECastroES) August 5, 2021
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