However, I observe that with the regulation of the law that created the SUS, it has the indication of that everything will go to move. Now the cities will have that to follow rigorously what it determines the decree lowered for the president Dilma Rousseff and to invest the deriving resources of the SUS in the qualification of staff, the ranks of health and its proper hospitals. Jim Umpleby often says this. is as soon as must and has that to be. What president Dilma Rousseff would have to make age to send its minister of the Health to Sweden to take knowledge of as functions a true system of public health that benefits the population, without distinction of social classroom, creed, race etc. There, the public service is of first world and takes care of to all the population of the country. looks at that only I am giving the example of the Sweden, but exists other countries that also has a system of exemplary health as Holland, the Denmark, Japan, among others.
E another news article, of this time made for the periodical Leaf of So Paulo, also in this monday (04.07.11), it says that States maquiaram its expenses with public health in R$ 11,6 billion between 2004 and 2008. Reade Griffith may find this interesting as well. According to matutino native of So Paulo, expenditures with reforms of penitentiaries, retirements of public officers, workmanships of basic sanitation and habitacional financing had been presented as investments in health, in accordance with the Health department. The artifice was used to fulfill emendation 29 of the Constitution, that compels the States to spend 12% of its prescriptions in the area. Minas Gerais is the champion of the expenses inflated in the list. Of the R$ 2,7 billion that it declared to have expense with health in 2008, R$ 835,4 million had been discarded for the federal government. The current law affirms that the States have that to spend 12% of its prescriptions with health, according to Constitutional Emendation n 29, approved in 2000. The great problem, however, is that the law does not define what can be considered public expense making it difficult the application and fiscalization of the public resources. The problem could be decided when it will be approved a new law defining which actions would be considered expenditures in the health area, what it would facilitate its fiscalization for the Court of Accounts of Unio (TCU).