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Brazil.  Anitta tattoo sparked a financial scandal

Brazil. Anitta tattoo sparked a financial scandal

uAn apparently innocent tattoo of Brazilian artist Anita exposed a financial scandal related to the Ruanet law (which aims to support culture in Brazil) and the application of public funds to concerts.

The case began on May 13, when singer Zi Neto, from country duo Zi Neto and Cristiano, criticized the singer and Lei Roan during a concert. “Here we are in Sorriso, Mato Grosso, one of the states that supported Brazil during the epidemic. We are artists that do not depend on the Ruanet law. Our fees are paid by the people. We do not need to tattoo the Tuba” [ânus] To show whether we are good or bad. We just came here and sing, and the whole of Brazil sings with us.”The artist said.

In question, a tattoo in an intimate area of ​​Anitta was carried out several years ago. last year, A video of the artist retouching the brand went viral.

Ze Net .’s comments were criticism goal, with the presence of many dignitaries and family members of the Brazilian singer to defend her. While YouTube user Felipe Neto highlighted that the . file Country singer ‘needs attacking fellow professional to be noticed’ And it’s a must-have customer [nome dado aos apoiantes do presidente brasileiro, Jair Bolsonaro, que é manifestamente contra a lei]Anita’s father revealed it Zee Neto “always had one-sided issues” with his daughter.

The singer defended himself and wrote in a social media post: “I didn’t say anyone’s name. But the post is top notch. Put the penis on. Sorry for not answering everyone, I have 23 shows this month. So I’m going to rest here. Kisses, people.”

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However, the comment writer uses public money as well

However, despite the explanation, it was already Open “Pandora’s Box” regarding the Ruanet Law and the misuse of public money. Journalist Demetriu Vecchioli revealed on the social networking site Twitter that the ‘Zé Neto e Cristiano’ group, which criticized the law, It also uses public funds from municipalities. He worked in no fewer than eight “small town halls, no bids,” using municipal funds. The cost of the concert in Sorriso alone, in the state of Mato Grosso, was about 400,000 riyals [78 mil euros] for the municipality.

“They were hired due to the inability to enforce. City Hall [autarquia] He says: I want to hire this couple. The duo says: You have to pay that company, that’s how much. And the city government goes there and pays the required amount (fair or not) to the indicated company.”the journalist explained.

Under Rouen’s law, as explained by Ficcioli, “The artist asks for money, for example, to put together an album. In the project, he determines the hourly cost of the sound technician, the rent of the studio, the photographer … He submits three budgets. The government approves the amount, authorizes companies to ask for donations, which are deducted from income tax.

The relevant law, formally known as the “Culture Stimulation Act” and which has been in effect since 1991, is “The main tool for promoting culture in Brazil”. It contributes to thousands of cultural projects that are held every year in all regions of the country. Through it, companies and individuals can sponsor exhibitions — fairs, performances, books, museums, galleries, and various other forms of cultural expression — and deduct the total or partial value of income tax support.“, Says Brazil government.

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So what is the difference between Roaneh Law and Municipal Trusts?

‘Lack of control’, explains the Brazilian newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo. In the first case, there is a portal where citizens can search for projects that have already been funded or that are funded under the Rowan Act, since In the case of municipal funds, “it is useless to survey all presentations contracted through this funding” And it’s the town hall that artists want to hire. There are no rules like limit per cache.

Through Roaneh’s lawthe artist “needs to run after the money”In addition to detailing all project costs. For example, when going on a tour, it is necessary to determine the cost of transporting musicians and renting sound equipment. The ceiling for one artist decreased from 45 thousand riyals [nove mil euros] for three thousand [588 euros] During the government of President Jair Bolsonaro.

According to the newspaper, The people who use this public money the most are country artistsBecause, unlike singers of genres such as pop, they roam Brazil from north to south and go to small towns inland to perform agribusiness festivals.

Singer Gustavo Lima at the center of the controversy

A week after criticizing the Roaneh law, the Roraima State Prosecutor’s Office has opened an investigation into Singer Gustavo Lima appointed in São Luiz for 800,000 Omani riyals [157 mil euros]. It should be noted that according to the latest censuses, the city’s population is 8,232, and by dividing the population, each citizen pays 97 riyals. [20 euros] from the concert.

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Another show by Gusttavo Lima, which was scheduled to take place on June 20, in Conceição do Mato Dentro, worth 1.2 million reais. [235 mil euros]Universe Funded by the financial compensation for mineral exploration, the money of which can only be used for education, health and infrastructure.

Last weekend, the city government announced Cancellation of the shows of Gustavo Lima and the country duo Bruno and MaroniHe justified that there was a “political and partisan war that has nothing to do with the municipality or the traditional festival.”

In the face of the controversy, the singer Anita, on Sunday, took to social media to make it clear that her intention was just to get a tattoo and not to start a discussion about the fees paid to country artists. “And I thought I was just getting a tattoo in Tororó,” he joked.

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