A new Bill (PL 4039/23) being analyzed by the Chamber of Deputies proposes the inclusion of rodeos, vaquejadas, ties and their artistic expressions in the National Culture Support Program (Pronac), better known as the Rouanet Law. The objective is to ensure that these events benefit from the resources raised through this law, as long as they promote and disseminate Brazilian culture. However, the proposal prohibits the use of these resources for cash prizes. The text also highlights that rodeo, vaquejada and roping are recognized as national cultural manifestations by Law 13,364/16.
The author of the project, deputy Capitão Augusto (PL-SP), argues that it is a fair measure to include rodeos, vaquejadas and ties in support of the Rouanet Law, since they are already officially recognized as national cultural manifestations. In addition to supporting shows and competitions, the inclusion of these cultural expressions also aims to promote and support artistic and cultural activities related to these events. Musicians, dancers, artisans and painters find in these traditions a source of inspiration to create and share their talents.
The bill will be analyzed by the Culture, Finance and Taxation, and Constitution and Justice and Citizenship committees, conclusively. If approved, rodeos, vaquejadas and roping may be covered with Pronac resources, strengthening the appreciation and preservation of these traditional cultural manifestations in Brazil.
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