The Legislative Assembly of São Paulo resumes this Tuesday (21), at 9:30 am, the meetings of Enel’s CPI (Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry).
The expectation is that the concessionaire, responsible for supplying energy in São Paulo, responds to parliamentarians’ requests regarding employees working in the days leading up to and following the storm on November 3rd, which left around 2.1 million people without power in the capital.
Among the questions asked by deputies are questions about the number of people working between the 1st and 9th of November and Enel’s action planning during the storm.
This Tuesday, councilor João Jorge (PSDB) is also expected to participate in the meeting at Alesp. The objective is for there to be an exchange of information between the council of councilors and the assembly. Jorge is president of the parliamentary committee opened by councilors on the 8th, also to investigate the provision of Enel services in the city of São Paulo.
Lack of water
In the early evening of Monday (20), Sabesp reported that “specific sections” of Itapecerica da Serra, Taboão da Serra and Embu das Artes were undergoing recovery and were receiving operational maneuvers and tanker trucks to reinforce supply.
“Sabesp informs that water supply occurs regularly in the affected areas on the weekend,” says the company.
The pumping system that supplies the region of Embu das Artes, Itapecerica da Serra and Taboão da Serra was paralyzed for 15 hours after two power outages during the rains between this Saturday (18) and Sunday (19).
Source: CNN Brasil
I’m James Harper, a highly experienced and accomplished news writer for World Stock Market. I have been writing in the Politics section of the website for over five years, providing readers with up-to-date and insightful information about current events in politics. My work is widely read and respected by many industry professionals as well as laymen.