O PT quebrou Minas Gerais -Governo mineiro gasta em evento e deixa saúde abandonada

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“Em meio à crise na área da saúde, será que essa é a hora

certa para gastar com eventos?”, questiona o deputado

No mês de setembro será realizado, em Montes Claros, o 1º Congresso Norte Mineiro de Urgência e Emergência – SAMU Macro Norte. O deputado estadual Arlen Santiago entende a importância de eventos que abordam temas da atualidade, mas questiona a realização dos mesmos em tempos difíceis. “A situação não está fácil para as empresas públicas. Os funcionários não estão satisfeitos, há excesso de contratos no SAMU em detrimento dos concursados, há nepotismo e por aí vai. Em tempos de crise, com verbas enxutas, temos que aprender a lidar com orçamentos cada vez menores e destinar o dinheiro para os serviços. Em meio à crise na área da saúde, será que essa é a hora certa para gastar com eventos?”, questiona o deputado. Arlen Santiago ainda afirma que os problemas são constantes e que o Governo de Minas deve mais de 1,5 bilhão para os municípios na área da saúde. “É necessário rever a aplicação do dinheiro, precisamos de ações que vão, efetivamente, melhorar a vida das pessoas”, encerra.


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O P´T quebrou Minas Gerais – Conta de água vai ficar mais cara no Norte de Minas

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A conta de água vai ficar mais cara para os moradores do Norte de Minas Gerais. Um aumento médio de 10,82% nas tarifas foi autorizado por resolução da Agencia Reguladora de Serviços de Abastecimento de Água e de Esgotamento Sanitario (Arsae) publicada nesta sexta-feira (1/09) no Minas Gerais.

A autorização permite que a Copasa Serviços de Saneamento Integrado do Norte e Nordeste de Minas Gerais (Copanor) aplique as novas tarifas aos serviços de abastecimento de água e esgotamento sanitário, a partir de 1º de outubro.

Segundo a resolução, o índice de reposicionamento tarifário, sem as compensações relativas ao ano anterior, é de 8,50%. Considerando as compensações do exercício anterior e outros itens, o índice médio sobre a tabela anterior, de agosto de 2016, é de 10,82%.

A cobrança pelo serviço de esgotamento fica mantida em 30% da tarifa da água. Para o restante do estado, os serviços de água e esgotamento sanitário, administrados pela Copasa, foram reajustados em 8,69% no dia 30 de julho. A taxa mínima para clientes residenciais subiu de R$ 26,89 para R$ 29,43.


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Caltex Socceroos v Thailand: 5 key stats

Caltex Socceroos star Tom Rogic on the ball during Australia's 2-2 draw with Thailand in November.

Sunday, 3 September 2017 

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We’ve picked out five key stats ahead of Tuesday night’s crucial World Cup qualifier with Thailand.




• Australia are undefeated from their six previous encounters with Thailand, though their last meeting was the first time they failed to claim full points against them (W5, D1).

Thailand's Teerasil Dengda challenges for the ball with Socceroos midfielder in November's WCQ.

• Match day will mark 3,362 days since the Socceroos last lost a World Cup Qualification game on home turf (1-0 vs China at ANZ Stadium).

• Thailand have lost their last four World Cup Qualification fixtures away from home, conceding 12 goals and scoring only one of their own.


• Mile Jedinak scored a brace from the penalty spot when these teams last met; the first and thus far only time he’s found the back of the net twice in a single game. Sadly for the Aussies, their skipper will be missing for this game.

• Two of the last three goals scored by the Socceroos on home turf have come from outside the box, while Tomi Juric has scored three of Australia’s eight home goals at this stage overall.

Tomi Juric netted the winner in FC Luzern's opening game of the season.

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Source  :  Football Federation Australia

Who’ll start for the Caltex Socceroos against Thailand?

Socceroos starting XI.

Matthew Ryan;Bailey Wright,Matthew Spiranovic,Milos Degenek ,Alex Gersbach ; Mark Milligan , Massimo Luongo, Aaron Mooy ;Matthew Leckie,Tomi Juric,Jamie Mclaren

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Japan vow to maintain intensity in Saudi Arabia

Japanese players celebrate a goal in their 2-0 win over the Caltex Socceroos.

Japanese players celebrate a goal in their 2-0 win over the Caltex Socceroos.

Japan’s stars are vowing no let up in intensity in front of an expected 60,000 fans when they face Saudi Arabia in Jeddah a few hours after the Caltex Socceroos meet Thailand on Tuesday night in Melbourne.

This is good news for Australia as Group B of World Cup qualification reaches its climax on Tuesday night/Wednesday morning in Australia.

Automatic qualification has been sealed by Japan who are off to another World Cup next year – their sixth in a row – after their win over Australia last week confirmed top spot.

The second automatic qualifier for second in the group is where all the focus is now. And the Saudis aren’t feeling too confident ahead of their clash with the classy Japanese.

Standings — Asian World Cup Qualifiers



Saudi Arabia coach Bert Van Marwijk was playing down his side’s possibility of reaching a first FIFA World Cup since 2006 after losing 2-1 to the United Arab Emirates last Tuesday.

“We still have a chance but a very little chance,” said the Dutchman, who led the Netherlands to the final of the 2010 global showpiece event.

Bert Van Marwijk

That remains to be seen as there is still 90 minutes of football to be played and anything can happen.

Japan may already have qualified for the 2018 FIFA World Cup but are making all the right noises as far as Australia are concerned.

Should the Samurai Blue get any kind of result at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah – expected to be a 60,000 sellout with tickets provided free of charge for fans – then the Caltex Socceroos will progress to a fourth successive FIFA World Cup with a win at home to Thailand.


Despite a long trip west, Japan is ready to give the host a game as players start to play for their places in Russia next June.

“We beat Australia so there is no tiredness,” coach Vahid Halilhodzic said to reporters as he arrived in the Red Sea port city.

It was Japan that got the opening goal not long before the break through Asano.

“I want to taste victory even in our final match. Getting a win is what I want the players to do.”

The visitors will be without captain Makoto Hasebe who has returned to Eintracht Frankfurt to rest his knee and Shinji Kawaga, who also heads back to Germany, to Borussia Dortmund.

Neither has appeared much for the national team of late due to injuries and form and Japan have more than enough talent to trouble the hosts.


Star striker Shinji Okazaki for one. After training in Jeddah, he told Japanese media that the game was a big one.

“Every game from now until the finals will become crucial, in particular this game,” Okazaki said.

“They [Saudi Arabia] will be making a killer effort to qualify and even though we are already through to the finals, if we don’t go into the game with the same spirit then I don’t think we are going to win it.”

Shinji Okazaki

Keisuke Honda is also desperate to play. The talented 31 year-old left AC Milan in the European summer to join Pachuca in search of playing time.

Despite an encouraging start in Mexico, ‘The Emperor’ was benched for the victory over Australia and watched as Takuma Asano and Yosuke Ideguchi scored in a 2-0 win.

While there is a debate in Japan as to whether the experienced attacker is still needed, the player himself welcomed the performances of the younger stars.

“Today is not about me,” he said after the win over Australia. ““The most important thing is that we won even without myself and players like Shinji (Kagawa) playing and the fact that it has left us with a sense of crisis.

“Obviously there are people who think our services are not required anymore, but conversely I think that is a good thing,” he added.

“You need to feel frustration. It makes you work harder, makes you more motivated.”

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Source  :  Football Federation Australia