Privatização da água no Brasil e o novo marco do saneamento básico
Francisco, Carlos Gustavo
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The main objective of this work is to discuss the privatization of water in Brazil, in view of the New Framework for Basic Sanitation, instituted in July 2020, by the President of the Republic Jair Messias Bolsonaro, without discussion and participation of Brazilian society. Therefore, a brief history of water and sanitation management in Brazil is presented, the search for its universalization for the population, and an overview of the situation of basic sanitation and supply distribution in conjunction with water legislation is presented, in addition to their future perspectives, taking examples for the purpose of comparing the approach taken by different countries, taking into account the interests of those involved and the results obtained and the consequences for these countries. For this purpose, an online bibliographic survey was chosen, in virtual databases, virtual libraries of newspapers, magazines and bulletins, repository of universities, governments, NGOs, associations, among others, on: the history of the relation between water consumption and perspectives, b) the development of basic sanitation in Brazil, c) use and management of privatized and re-statized water, in some countries around the world, the consequences for the poorest population by the policies taken and the management of water use in Brazil, owner of large hydrographic basins and the largest reservoir of drinking water in the world. The survey was carried out thinking in three stages a) tracing a history between water consumption in the 20th century and its projections, b) the history of sanitation and current sanitation panel in Brazil c) Water management around the world and its consequences. The reflection of the readings points to the water management process as a management that was and will be increasingly important for the viability and development of the population of any location with health and the key to economic development for any nation. Meeting the growing demand for its use, whether in agriculture, food production, public supply or public health. The great challenge faced by governments around the world and, in particular, for Brazil, since the country has a great lack of water and sanitary sewage coverage with public supply. What will say privatized?
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