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Presidents’ Mania for Politics Abroad (Juan Arias)

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Presidents' Mania for Politics Abroad (Juan Arias)

There is an extravagant mania among Brazilian presidents to take advantage of the opportunity, while abroad, to talk to local journalists about controversial and very important issues that they do not talk about domestically. It was in the past with former representatives Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Lula, Dilma Rousseff and Michel Temer, and now it happened to Jair Bolsonaro in his work. tour Arab countries, and again with Lula, who is campaigning in Europe before announcing whether he will be a presidential candidate in next year’s election, as my colleague commented. Afonso Benitez, correspondent for EL PAÍS in Brasilia.

Lula did not appear in public, even at the Handicap Bolsonaro demonstrations, and he did not go out to meet people. However, he travels to several countries in Europe, where he is already running as a presidential candidate and accepted as such. It is in these countries that he tackles the serious problems facing Brazil and even foreign policy contradictions such as the PT’s difficult relationship with takes place in Nicaragua and in Cuba, topics that the PT member did not comment on.

Bolsonaro, in turn, during his visit to the countries of the Persian Gulf, finds himself involved from there in polemics about new political relations with the LP of Valdemar Costa Neto, with which he has already decided. wedding day… Suddenly, he asked to postpone the ceremony because he was not sure if he loved his possible future partner. Prior to this, Bolsonaro was politically bachelor. He was a strange head of state without a party, something unique to the world’s democratic governments. He left the party that led him to victory because he could not dominate it as he wanted and became a widower. He intended to create a new one that he could call his own and manipulate at will, which is normal for his dictatorial zeal, but he did not receive the 500,000 signatures he needed.

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Since he could not wait any longer, since for re-election he needed to be associated with some kind of party, he decided to go in search of a bride in order to marry again. Bolsonaro won the election, vowing that put an end to old politics corrupt. After his election in between coming and going, he ended up falling in love with LP, considered one of the most corrupt parties per square meter. Its president and owner, Waldemar Costa Neto, was imprisoned for monthly

When Bolsonaro’s most ardent supporters expressed bewilderment that he had chosen the PL, the president grumpily replied, “They want me to talk. with PSOL, with PCdoB? “. The wedding was finally scheduled for the next 22nd in Brasilia with great fanfare. One of the parties, LP, knew that he would marry a millionaire who owned the state treasury. Thus, he announced that the wedding would be an event in Brasilia, to which more than 1,500 people from all over the country would be invited. And all this until Bolsonaro suddenly from the Arab countries where he is, sent a message on Sunday evening asking him to postpone the wedding, because he was not sure if he wanted to get married, as he still had unresolved questions. …

The news surprised even the most sophisticated politicians, accustomed to great betrayal and long-knife nights in Congress. It is still possible that the PL will make the final concessions to avoid missing out on a sumptuous wedding, or that the fickle president will leave him waiting at the altar. Bolsonaro for 30 years was a member of nine different parties of the so-called lower clergy, which spoilage crumbs from the tables at the banquets of the cardinals of the great parties, he was never true to the initials he passed through. Political treason is in your genetics.

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A few days ago, the president laughed loudly in front of his office next to his wife Michel, making an unpleasant comment that none of those present could laugh at. fairy tale, in your best macho stylewho had already given her a “very nice day.” It is possible that the captain will end up marrying his new sweetheart, PL. However, as political observers in Brasilia predict, this will be another marriage of compromise that few expect to last until the October elections, if at all.

The president’s political loyalty is as strong as hair blowing in the wind. And this is the drama of Brazil: at one of the most critical and bitter moments in its history, it is ruled by someone who does not inspire confidence and confidence to get out of the crisis. The country is in your hands to be elegant, from a moody teenager who still doesn’t know if he wants to be an adult or keep playing like a child who never stops growing up and is difficult to trust. Even more so when you insist on staying at the helm of a sinking boat.

However, as some political observers point out, it is also possible that Bolsonaro has doubts about the PL’s loyalty. If the acronym manages to remain faithful to him until re-election, which is his only dream, or he will abandon it sooner if he sees that he comes to the vote weakened. The political infidelity of the party elected by the widowed president has always been known, as has the party’s infidelity. other parties Centrão, those who are most involved in corruption and know how to give themselves to those who offer the most.

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In the case of Bolsonaro’s new political love, the future party knows that it will have to marry him not only to him, but also to his three children, who are equally greedy for positions and advantages. It is no coincidence that the decision to postpone the wedding arrived from dubaiwhere the president is with his two children, who want to be at least the godfathers of a political wedding, with very specific requirements.

In fact, it remains to be seen whether Brazil is actually being ruled by a captain or for your childrenwith, they all imitate their father in their coups and fascist raptures, and also fight in the Centrão parties and their non-republican appetites. The President has already taken the children with him on official state trips to 11 countries of the world. It seems that in the end Bolsonaro makes important political decisions by listening to his offspring. Not coincidentally, in one of your new novel a politician to postpone the wedding would have responded LP Costa Neto’s president, the site said. antagonist: “It will take … you and your children.” In this political underworld, everything is very elegant, and a country that strives for peace and knows how to live in harmony is fighting for a job that allows them to feed their children.

(Rewritten from El Pais)

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Rubric: Politicians and politicians – Assembly with 16 newbies

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Rubric: Politicians and politicians - In 2002 the best voice

Of the 40 state deputies elected on Sunday (2), 16 will be elected to the first term in the legislature. Another 24 were re-elected. Of the 16 newcomers, two have already come on as substitutes: Carlos Humberto (Poland) for 60 days in 2020 and Pepe Kollas (PR) who was in the Assembly for the same time in 2022.

first election

Four of the 16 newcomers have never held elective office: Mario Motta (PSD), Egidio Ferrari (PTB), Matheus Cadorin (Novo) and Sergio Guimarães (Unian). For the first time, PL will have the largest bench with 11 seats. Since 1982, only MDB and PP had such benches.

MDB is compressed

The MBR elected six deputies, it had 9; PT won four out of 40 vacancies. Psol and Novo elected state deputies for the first time. Both parties already had parliamentarians in the House of Representatives, but elected by other acronyms who, already in power, migrated to Psol and Novo.

ELECTIONS

* The MDB made six state deputies (from nine) and kept the three federal representatives it already had. But he leaves the October election in disbelief. With no gubernatorial candidate and with groups divided between supporters of Carlos Moises (Republicans) and Jorginho Mello (PL), the polls even killed the party’s president, Federal MP Celso Maldaner, now without a mandate.

* The MDB has been the home of arrogant and outdated politicians for decades. Leadership does not grow in their shadow. Former mayor Antidio Lunelli, now an MP with 76,000 votes, is a more recent example. In order to survive on its own feet, the parties will have to reorganize, but for this it is necessary to sweep all patterns out of the executive branch.

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*This is the same for PP, PSDB, PT and PSD. With all due respect, the rest of the existing parties in the SC are the “New People” rice parties are always welcome in an election year, but carry stones. And stay there.

*Over time: PSD and MDB tend to support Jorginho Mello (PL) in the second round. PSDB has already joined. This is the current voice behind the scenes that the Republicans, the party of Moses, are going to support Jorginho Mello! The announcement will be made by the party’s president and re-elected state deputy, Sergio Motta. At the national level, Republicans support Bolsonaro.

*At the national level, the MDB is in a difficult position. Senator Simona Tebet, who garnered a meager 4.9 million votes but is still ahead of loudmouth Ciro Gomes (PDT), is showing signs of support for Lula da Silva (PT), but that’s personal. The executive branch must “free” state catalogs.

* The PRB Federal MP in 2018, who received 179,000 votes (the most voted out of 16 federal elected this year) and unfurled the Bolsonarist flag, Hélio Costa (PSD) has now garnered a measly 18,000 votes. Even with almost 1.5 million reais from the Electoral Fund. The average cost is 84 reais per vote. explains Freud?

* Arlindo Rincos (União Brasil) was one of the few state candidates nominated in Jaragua do Sul. From the party fund, which maintains party directories throughout the year (and is also used in election campaigns), 600,000 reais were received. He received 1623 votes. The average cost is BRL 370.00 per vote. explains Freud?

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last call

Scheduled for a runoff against PT Decio Lima, Senator Jorginho Mello (PL) and businessman and political activist Luciano Hagn are already planning a new visit by Jair Bolsonaro (PL) to the state. They assume it will be the lime shovel in Lima’s claim. And no less. In Joinville, Mello received 151,000 votes, in Blumenau, the PT candidate’s base of votes, 85,000 votes (Lima received 33,000) and in Florianopolis 68,000 votes. In “Capital”, Mello lost to Lima, who earned 75 thousand.

Influence of presidential candidates

There are irrefutable reflections on the visit of Lula da Silva in September (Florianopolis) and Bolsonaro on October 1 (Joinville). Mello advances to the second round with a huge lead of 1.5 million votes over Lima with 710,000 votes.

cousins ​​in cell

Julia Zanata (PL), who was elected as a federal deputy and had support in Jaragua do Sul and the region, and Ricardo Guidi (PSD), who was re-elected as a federal deputy, come from Crisiuma. And what’s more, cousins ​​from families that get along too well.

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Fake news dampens political and election debate, Saretta says

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Fake news dampens political and election debate, Saretta says

Congressman Neody Saretta (PT) said this Wednesday (5th) in the Legislative Assembly (Alesc) that the dissemination of information that attempts to sway voters to lie, so-called fake news, is eclipsing pre-election and political debate. “We can’t just keep discussing recruitment, I don’t know what, we have to look at the reality of people who are suffering and hardworking and who are sometimes misled by some kind of false news.”

He recalled how strongly the system and electoral justice were attacked, but despite speculation and mistrust, “the system worked, people voted for whom they wanted, polling stations opened and votes appeared there, as a citizen contributed. ”

According to him, in the second round we will have the opportunity to really discuss the proposals. “Our candidate Desio Lima did well in the elections when he got through to the second round and I’m sure he will take part in the debate about what’s best for SC and our municipalities.”

The MP said that politicians have a mission to work to improve people’s lives and that much remains to be done. “We have people who cannot afford to buy their own food, who are squeezing their salaries from everywhere to get through the month. There are many people who need more effective action from our governments.”

He hopes that the second round will discuss what is best for the population, its conditions and quality of life, “so that the state can guarantee people more services and have a larger share of the national pie, since so much is collected and little is returned.”

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Thanks
Saretta thanked the people of Santa Catarina who believed and supported her candidacy, which allowed her to remain in the Assembly for another four years and continue the work that she is doing. “I thank those who participated in the electoral process, correctly, with dignity, as it should be,” he said.

According to him, walking around Santa Catarina and talking with the population during the action, many did not understand how the state fund has free resources and people continue to wait two or three years for admission, surgery, medical care. “Karma that cannot last,” he commented.

Similarly, while traveling on the roads, whether federal or state highways, the MP was reminded of the appalling traffic conditions that put those who work with their trucks, transport goods, as well as those who travel with their family or go on foot, at risk.

“Santa Catarina needs to take a closer look at these health and infrastructure issues. I defended it and took it as a real flag of life, because I understand that the key to any government is to serve the people, and health should come first.

Saretta drew attention to the problem of huge social inequality, which depends on the actions of the federal government, which cannot turn its back on those who have the least, those who need it most. “The population cannot be prejudiced against immigrant brothers, almost all of us are immigrants in one way or another, from the present or from the past, and we, unfortunately, see the spread of discriminatory ideas when we are all equal people.”

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Political support for sports!

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Vila Nova deve estrear no Olímpico nesse Goianão 2022

In the 2022 elections, some sports-related names in Goiás tried to compete for a seat in the Legislative Assembly or in the National Congress, but did not succeed in the elections. Dante do Volei was not elected as a federal deputy, nor were Edson Automoveis, former councilor of Goiania, and Luis Bercuo, former president of the Goiás Basketball Federation, were not elected as state deputies. All of them have a list of relevant services provided to the Brazilian sport. They have earned a seat in Parliament.

Of the candidates strongly associated with sports, Daniel Vilela, who was elected lieutenant governor on the list of Ronaldo Cayado, succeeded. Daniel is a former professional soccer player. He has the right to represent the segment. Daniel Vilela is expected to have a strong focus on sports through the expansion of sports promotion programs in our state.

Goiás has interesting projects and sports support programs. Pro-Atleta is committed to serving high performance athletes; Construcindo Champions, a martial arts training program with about 7,900 students from Goiás; The Viva Mais Goias program targets seniors in 19 cities across the state.

The sports and parasports centers have been established by the State Department of Sports and Recreation (Seel) in cooperation with the municipalities of the hinterland. Also in partnership with the organizer of the championship of Spain, Seel implements the social project La Liga Goias with the distribution of sports materials in several municipalities of Goias.

Through Seel, the government promotes various sporting events and competitions. The Open Games of Goiás, the largest sports competition in the state, are designed for the participation of athletes from all the municipalities of Goiás in 21 uniforms. This year, the Quilombola Cup was created, which is held in six stages with the final in the city of Cavalcante.

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At the national level, the Senate approved Bill 940 of 2022, which extends until 2027 the tax benefits provided by the Sports Promotion Act (Act 11,438 of 2006). The rapporteur on this issue was the former player Romario, who was re-elected as a senator from the PL of Rio de Janeiro. In addition to extending the term, the Senate-approved rule increases the rates that companies and individuals can use in their annual income tax (IT) contributions and includes elementary, middle and high schools as fundraisers.

In the case of individual taxpayers, the new LIE increases from 6% to 7% of the IRPF due to the deduction limit as a donation or sponsorship for sports and parasports projects. This, together with contributions to funds for children and the elderly, to cultural projects and investments in audiovisual works.

In the case of companies, it increases the deduction limit for donations or sponsorships of sports and parasports projects from 1% to 2%. It also includes projects for social inclusion through sports, up to a collective limit of 4%, which is currently shared only between cultural projects and investments in audiovisual works.

I think laws and programs to encourage sports should go beyond sponsoring athletes and teams from different sports. They also need to contain strategies for social inclusion. Only in this way will the entire population benefit from physical and sporting activities, leading to a healthier life for all.

We hope that elected politicians will follow through on the promises made during the campaign and step up action in favor of sport. We want to see the plate!

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