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Sorrow: Friends, Politicians and Organizations Say Goodbye to Casildo Maldaner



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Former governor of Santa Catarina dies of cancer early this Tuesday (18); the commemoration will take place at 10 am in Alesk.

The death of former Governor and former Senator of Santa Catarina Casildo Maldanera on Tuesday caused a stir among friends, politicians and organizations (17).

He died early in the morning at the age of 79 from brain cancer. The commemoration will be from 10 am, at Alesque (Legislative Assembly of Santa Catarina).

Charismatic figure has shone at MDB during her career in politics – Photo: Arquivo

Maldaner’s brother and MDB State President, Federal MP Carlos Maldaner used the social network to pay tribute to the former governor. “It was an honor and pride for me to have a brother like Casildo, who, in addition to inspiring me, has always played the role of my advisor,” he said.

Governor Carlos Moises (PSL), on the other hand, used social media to, in addition to regretting Maldaner’s death, declare an official seven-day mourning in Santa Catarina, stating that his trajectory was “dedicated to Santa Catarina.”

MDB National President Balea Rossi also spoke on social media. “My feelings for all the family and friends of the great emedebist Casildo Maldanera,” he said.

Finally, Alesk published a note of regret, mourning the death of Maldaner, recalling his entire career in politics.

Alesk published a note in which he mourned and recalled the trajectory of the politician Santa Catarina & # 8211;  Photo: Alesk / Reproduction.Alesc published a note in which he mourned and recalled the trajectory of the politician of Santa Catarina – Photo: Alesc / Reproduction

‘Determination, joy and strength’

Another tribute to the ex-governor came from the MDB, a party to which he was associated and an honorary president. Throughout the text, the acronym emphasizes that Muldaner’s work is based on determination, joy, and strength.

“In addition to his accomplishments and accomplishments, Casildo will also be remembered for his determination, joy and strength. As MDB Honorary President, he is dedicated to motivating and stimulating our bases and supporting new emerging leaders, ”he said in the memo.

In another section, the party states: “In the MDB and in Santa Catarina politics, Casildo will be remembered as a political director, with easy dialogue and mostly conciliatory.”

See full note:

“It is with deep sadness that we inform the entire MDB family in Santa Catarina that former Governor and ex-Senator Casildo Maldaner left us on Monday the 17th at 11 pm as a cancer victim. At 79 years old, Casildo was one of the largest and most charismatic leaders of our party.

He was elected Lieutenant Governor in 1986 under the chairmanship of Pedro Ivo. After the death of the holder in January 1990, he took over the government of Santa Catarina. As governor, among his accomplishments we can mention Udesc’s financial autonomy, commitment to free and quality public schools and the implementation of the Unified Health System (SUS) in Santa Catarina. In 1994, he was elected Senator, where he remained until 2003. The first governor of western Santa Catarina was also an advisor, state and federal government, and presided over the BRDE.

In addition to his accomplishments and accomplishments, Casildo will also be remembered for his determination, joy, and strength. As MDB Emeritus President, he is dedicated to motivating and motivating our bases and supporting emerging new leaders.

Alarmed brother and MDB president Celso Muldaner speaks of his pride in Casildo. “I am honored and proud to have a brother like Casildo, who, in addition to inspiring me, has always played the role of my advisor. His directorial, serious and passionate spirit was an example not only for me, but for everyone who dedicated themselves to working for the people of Santa Catarina and Brazil. As I usually say, politics is a priesthood and must be cultivated with great effort and love. And this Casildo didn’t like anyone else, ”he recalls.

We express our feelings to the widow and life partner Dona Ivone Muldaner, her children and grandchildren, as well as her entire family and friends. May God comfort everyone.

Wake-up information
The commemoration takes place in the Legislature from 10:00 to 13:00 and will comply with covid-19 safety and prevention protocols. A cremation ceremony for family and close friends will then take place in Jardim da Paz. Press accreditation should be carried out in conjunction with the message of Alesk.

Short biography:

Casildo Joao Maldaner was born on April 2, 1942 in Carasinho, Rio Grande do Sul. He is the firstborn of nine children of Andreas and Erica Braum Maldaner. In 1972 he married Ivona Muldaner, with whom he had three children: Hossein, Jandry and Janiara. Joanne’s grandfather, Joaquim, Jessica, Emilia and Otto, received their Bachelor of Laws from Brasilia University. Brother of Federal MP and President of the State of Santa Catarina MDB Celso Maldanera.

He began his public life in 1962 as an advisor to the National Democratic Union (UDN) in Modelo, the West Santa Catarina mesoregion. The first politician from the Maldaner family campaigned on horseback and was eventually elected the councilor with the most votes, with 114 votes. After the parties ended in 1966, Casildo joined the MDB. The party led by Santa Catarina and of which he was honorary president until his death.

He was a member of the Santa Catarina Legislature in the 8th Legislature (1975-1979) and the 9th Legislature (1979-1983). He was a member of the Chamber of Deputies of the 47th Legislature (1983-1987). During his first term in Brasilia, he reached out to PMDB national leaders such as Ulysses Guimaraes, as his party’s first national executive secretary. He spearheaded the re-democratization process in Brazil, participating in the Diretas Já campaign and the election of Tancredo Neves. He acted under the influence of flags, always oriented towards reconciliation, understanding and prudence.

He was Lieutenant Governor of Santa Catarina, elected in 1986 from a roster headed by Pedro Ivo Campos (PMDB). After the death of Pedro Ivo in January 1990, he took over the leadership of the state’s executive branch, acting until March 1991. Without a mandate, Casildo became president of the PMDB in Santa Catarina.

He was elected Senator of the Republic and served from 1995 to 2003. In 2006, he was elected First Deputy Senator Raimundo Colombo (DEM-SC) PMDB. He was director of the Far South Regional Development Bank until January 2011, when Colombo resigned from his mandate to take over the Santa Catarina government and Maldaner took his Senate seat again.

Advisor to the majority of MDB leaders in Santa Catarina Casildo Joao Muldaner took a decisive role in the election of former governor Luis Enrique da Silveira and many other comrades who have expressed confidence in Maldaneer’s leadership. As head of the MDB, he solidified the acronym by spearheading the famous Unity Day in the early 1990s and embarking on a journey of new and important achievements for his party.

In the MDB and in politics, Santa Catarina Casildo will be remembered as a political director, with easy dialogue and mostly conciliatory. ”

Check out other manifestations:

  • Paulinha, State Deputy
  • Clenilton Pereira, Mayor of Aracuari and President of Fecama (Federation of Municipalities of Santa Catarina)
  • Carlos Chiodini, Federal MP
  • Napolean Bernardes, ex-mayor of Blumenau
  • André Motta Ribeiro, Secretary of State for Health
  • Carmen Zanotto, Federal MP and former Secretary of State for Health

“Brusque Municipality publicly expresses its deep regret over the death of the former Governor and former Senator of Santa Catarina Casildo Maldaner (73). The politician fought cancer and died on Monday night (17) in Florianópolis.

Maldaner was born in Carasinho (RS) but grew up in Chapeco (South Carolina), the city where he began living with his family at the age of two.

In this moment of sadness, Mayor Ari Veki and the entire Brusca community stand in solidarity with family and friends. May they be comforted by the great legacy left by Maldaner throughout their careers. ”


He was born in 1962 in Carasinho, in Rio Grande do Sul. He began his public life as a counselor in the city of Modelu in the west of Santa Catarina. After that, already a member of the IDB, he was elected a state deputy for two terms (1975-1979 and 1979-1983), and then a federal deputy (1983-1987).

In 1986, on a tablet headed by Pedro Ivo Campos, he was elected lieutenant governor of the state. After the death of Pedro Ivo in 1990, he took over the executive branch of the state, ending his mandate in March 1991.

After that, he was elected Senator of the Republic (1995-2003). At the end of his term, he was appointed by then Governor Luis Enrique da Silveira to chair BRDE – the Regional Development Bank of the Far South, where he remained until 2011.

In 2006 he was elected as the first member of the Senate under the chairmanship of Raimundo Colombo. Following Colombo’s inauguration as governor in 2011, Maldaner took a seat in the Federal Senate, ending his term in 2014.

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The Evangelical Church has lost the most in the elections – 11/27/2022 – Opinion



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When I attended a meeting at my church to welcome new members, I heard the same story from many: They were there because it was an environment free of partisan politics. I remembered my own experience: I also accepted this criterion when I came from Recife and chose my church in São Paulo.

BUT Majority of evangelicals favor re-election of Jair Bolsonaro (PL) nothing new. All studies have shown this trend, and my experience confirms this. I don’t see a problem in the fact that the majority prefers this or that candidate, whoever he is. But it worries me political use of churches and, mostly, moments of worship to coerce the congregation into supporting the candidate.

For us, evangelists, worship is the time of the week for worshiping God, hearing the gospel, and fellowshipping with fellow believers. Before and during the campaign we saw the president and first lady use the pulpit to collect votes in the middle of the service🇧🇷 This attitude in itself should already be condemned and rejected by the evangelists themselves: the worship and authority of churches should not be used for electoral purposes.

This principle is not new even in the evangelical milieu. “When the evangelical church, as a church, makes a choice in favor of a candidate, it ceases to be a church. The Lord of the church is Jesus and he does not have voter registration in Brazil. We evangelists have the right to support, but to say that the Assembly of God supports “A” or “B” is to reduce the church to any institution, ”explained Silas Malafayain a 2002 video when he declared his support for the then-candidate Luis Inacio Lula da Silva (PT). Twenty years later, Malafaya, like other pastors, used his pulpit and Bible passages to support Bolsonaro.

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Gradually the leaders and members of the various evangelical congregations began attitude to the vow as a confirmation of one’s faith in Christ🇧🇷 This association, in turn, leads to people patrolling and controlling other people’s votes, ridiculing or even excluding those who “vote wrong”. Communities that are supposed to welcome and unite completely different people under one faith have become a toxic environment.

The implications of this process go beyond spiritual matters. This indiscriminate and uncritical support from religious organizations and their leaders makes it difficult for evangelicals to participate in discussions of ideas and public policy. After all, they are stamped out as part of a political project (which doesn’t necessarily represent them in reality). The quality of public debate suffers and society becomes more polarized.

Evangelical leaders need to ask themselves how many members stopped attending services or even withdrew from their communities due to political discussions? Is this the example we want to set for the rest of society?

It is important to emphasize that the criticism of the political use of the cult and forced voting should not be confused with the position on the participation of evangelicals in politics. Every Brazilian has a trajectory, values, emotions and ways of thinking that make them support a candidate or an ideology.

No one should be excluded from public debate just because their values ​​were forged in a religious community. It is this logic that has inspired some Protestants to contribute to strengthening the state’s secular heritage so that they can freely practice their faith.

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