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The US$25mn contract entails replacing the terminal at Manta's airport, which was heavily damaged destroyed by an earthquake.in 2016.
The politicians submitted a letter to the president-elect at a meeting in Brasilia this week, listing the priorities of their state administrations in an attempt to find points of convergence with the incoming federal government.
The head of Goiás state water utility admitted that the firm would have to double that investment in order to achieve full water services coverage.
The mining and energy ministry published decrees aimed at preventing the liquidation of two Eletrobras distribution subsidiaries.
The initiative was backed by a mixed committee in congress, which also added new sources of money for the fund.
The proposal presented to the city council was motivated by service cuts in early November.
The national government will assume most of the financing for the Calle 68 and Ciudad de Cali corridors, which are expected to act as feeder lines for Bogotá's future metro system.
Another retired general, who is expected to fill the position, has now being included into the president-elect's transition team.