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External Dialogues

IBGE begins External Dialogues with congressmen from Federal Senate and Chamber

Section: IBGE

April 08, 2024 12h11 PM | Last Updated: April 09, 2024 10h49 AM

IBGE began External Dialogues with the Legislative Power in the Federal District

Last week, the IBGE began its External Dialogues with the Legislative Power, by means of a series of visits to congressmen within the IBGE Dialogues 90 Years Project. This action is aligned with talks carried out by the IBGE with the society, academia, governments, officers and representatives from the three powers, aiming at narrowing relations and spotlighting the IBGE goals described in the 2024 Work Plan and actions scheduled up to 2026, when the IBGE will complete 90 years.

“The movement of approaching congressmen will be constant and it will be accelerated along the coming months, aiming at improving the perception of legislators from both Houses on the scope of the production, surveys and studies carried out by the IBGE about Brazil and their states and regions, as well as creating awareness on the National System of Geosciences, Statistics and Data (SINGED), key for the advance in the formulation and management of public policies in Brazil,” stated Marcio Pochmann, President of the IBGE.

On Tuesday, 2, Gabriel Antonaccio, IBGE Superintendent in the Federal District, Fernandez Kenji and Marcelo Alessandro Nunes began the series of dialogues in the Parliament by visiting representative Marcelo Crivella, a former student of the IBGE´s National School of Statistical Sciences (ENCE). “The IBGE is an institution that every Brazilian should praise a lot, because every information we have on how many we are, our social class, where is our wealth, everything is raised by IBGE officers. I thank you for the visit and I put our office and the Republicans Party at your disposal,” stated the senator.

“At the request of the Presidency, the IBGE Superintendence in the Federal District began to approach the National Congress. We have established a series of visits aiming at improving the visibility of the IBGE to the congressmen, highlighting the importance of the institution, the unique attributes that define it, as well as promoting our studies and publications. We will continue this strategy along the next week, aiming at talking with 513 representatives,” stated Antonaccio.

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