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Currently the focus of political attention in Belo Horizonte, Adviser Gabriel Azevedo (no party), former Mayor Alexander Kalil (PSD), Chief of Staff Alberto Lage and Executive General Director of Press, Vitor Colaresshare stories of the hat gang and PSDB youth in the capital. The three also took part in Kalila’s victorious campaign.

Currently Chairperson of the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPI) of BHTrans at the City Council, Gabriel Azevedo was already a PSDB member when he helped found Turma do Chapéu in 2010.… The group sought to attract right-wing youth to actively participate in politics.

With online video and social media presence, The collective helped elect Esio Neves as Senator in 2010 and Antonio Anastasia as Governor of Minas State.… In 2012, he facilitated the re-election of Marcio Lacerda as Mayor of Belo Horizonte.

Azevedo was Anastasia’s deputy for youth affairs. He left PSDB in 2013. In 2016, PHS elected him city councilor and coordinated the campaign in support of Kalil, who was first elected mayor of PHS.

During the 2020 election campaign, Azevedo joined Patriota and was re-elected with 13,088 votes. In June of this year, the adviser was expelled from the party after he opposed the president of the republic, Jair Bolsonaro (no party).

Alberto Lage in BHTrans CPI readings – Photo: Bernardo Diaz / CMBH

Alberto Lage was also one of the prominent names of Turma do Chapeu. At the age of 22, he was invited by Gabriel Azevedo to coordinate the 2016 Kalil campaign online.… On a personal blog, the counselor calls Lage a “loyal squire”: “a loyal, brilliant and extremely loyal boy.”

Lage became Deputy Minister of Government and Chief of Staff of Kalila, a position he left on 31 August this year, a few days after testifying to the parliamentary commission of inquiry (CPI) of BHTrans.

Heard as a witness, Lage told council members that former BHTrans president Celio Buzada, sacked manager Adilson Elpidio, and licensed director Daniel Marks Koutu were working together to provide bus companies with an upfront opportunity to purchase transport vouchers during the pandemic.

Last Friday (1st) Lage told g1 about the proposed funding scheme for the upcoming campaign of Secretary of State Adalklever Lopez, MP. He said he went to the mayor because he thought Lopez was trying to use Kalil’s possible candidacy for governor to fund his own campaign for deputy.

  • Kalil says he doesn’t know anything about Block 2, but confirms that job promises were the trigger for Lage.

Vitor Colares, who was also a member of PSDB Youth, worked on the Kalila campaign and is currently the press director of the mayor’s office

Last week, the city council established a CPI to investigate allegations of nepotism and misuse in relation to the allocation and appointment of posts in the city hall… One of the complaints concerns the appointment of Colares’ wife as head of the executive’s digital communications department, advisers said.

In a statement, Colares said he is not and does not want to be in the spotlight.

“My job at the mayor’s office is to maintain relations with the press. The relationship with my current wife began in 2020, when we were both already at the mayor’s office, and the change of position is a natural progression in the career of a civil servant. I consider the establishment of political persecution and a sexist decision due to the fact that it is not taken into account that a woman can receive a wage increase at her own discretion, without the decisive influence of her husband. This CPI can only be a consultation with the PPD or the prosecutor’s office. The Prosecutor General’s Office has already considered her capable of taking this position. The CPI prefers to create a political platform and try to wear down the mayor, ”he said.

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