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Governor RJ Claudio Castro contracted coronavirus for the second time

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Governor RJ Claudio Castro contracted coronavirus for the second time

Rio de Janeiro Governor Claudio Castro (PSC) announced today on his Twitter that he tested positive for covid-19. This is the second time a politician has been infected with this disease. Castro says in the post that he only has a “mild runny nose” and advises the public to get vaccinated.

Castro attended public events last week. On the 30th, Castro attended a public event and did not wear protective masks against illness. Images posted on his Twitter show him performing in front of a crowded audience at Fazenda Paraíso, billed as a drug treatment center.

The day before he attended the auction of the 3rd block of Cedae (State Water Supply and Sewerage Company) in São Paulo. On Tuesday (28) Castro announced that he was attending a meeting with the mayors of the Campos Basin.

Castro’s first infection occurred while he was still acting governor, in October 2020, pending the completion of the impeachment process of Wilson Witzel. At the time, Castro had headaches and a runny nose as symptoms and continued to send messages remotely, in isolation.

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Lula and Alcmine are participating this Thursday in a big political action in Rio de Janeiro.

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The event will be attended by Marcelo Freijo and Andre Ceciliano.




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“You have to understand the political game of others,” says Aquilon about the PL’s candidacy for the government – ​​PontoPoder

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“You have to understand the political game of others,” says Aquilon about the PL’s candidacy for the government – ​​PontoPoder

The State President of the PL in Ceara, Mayor Asilón Gonçalves, said this Wednesday (6th) that the party must set the course for candidacy to the state government around the 15th of this month. There is the possibility of nominating your own candidacy, as well as supporting the name of Captain Wagner (UB).

Asilon, who politically leads several prefectures on Ceara’s east coast, will wait for other groups (including a ruling base) to be determined before Bolsonaro’s opposition is any.

“You have to understand the political game of others in order for the political-administrative project to win,” the manager said during the presentation of Jair Bolsonaro’s candidacy for president in Ceara.

Captain Wagner (UB) was invited to the event. The pre-candidate sought dialogue with the party, trying to reach an agreement by August 5, the last day for registration of candidacies.

Raimundo Gómez de Matos, one of the names mentioned by the PL for running for governor of Ceara, said the party’s own candidacy “depends on a pact” with the parties surrounding the Bolsonarist camp.

“I think that these agreements will take place in the second half of the game, two minutes before overtime, something like that,” admitted the ex-federal deputy.

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The meeting with right-wing leaders was aimed at uniting Bolsonaro’s supporter groups that are “free” from the state. The LP wants to build an electoral speech in defense of the President of the Republic.

Another strategy is to seek official data on public investments made by the Union in Ceara in order to strengthen Bolsonaro’s image in Ceara.

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Bolsonaro’s bet, television is still the medium through which Brazilians are best informed about politics.

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Bolsonaro's bet, television is still the medium through which Brazilians are best informed about politics.

Bolsonaro’s public spending on advertising reaches R$33 million on broadcasters opened between January and June 2022, the election year (Photo: REUTERS/Nacho Doce)

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  • 47% of Brazilians consider television to be the main source of information about politics.

  • Bolsonaro’s government is betting big on TV channels and has already invested 33 million reais in advertising on the main open channels.

  • The younger you are, the less influence TV has on voters

In the year of re-election, the government President Jair Bolsonaro (Poland) increasing investment in advertising on TV channels. According to data from the Department of Communications published by Uol, the money paid to Rede Globo has increased by 75% compared to 2021, when Brazilians are most informed about politics.

According to a new Genial/Quaest survey, 47% of Brazilians learn about politics from television. In second place with 24% of responses are social networks. “Other” – 14%, and websites, blogs and news portals – only 10%.

From January 1 to June 21, 2021, the federal government spent 33 million reais on advertising on the country’s five largest open-source TV channels: Globo, SBT, Rede TV, Record and Bandeirantes, according to Wahl.

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The Genial/Quaest survey shows that the younger the voter, the more information they receive through social networks and less through television. Among those aged 16 to 24, 38% consume political content online. However, the share of those for whom television is the main source of information is not low: 29%.

Among those over 60, only 9% report social media, while 65% use TV as their main way to learn about politics.

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The income of voters also affects how they consume political content in different ways: the lower the salary, the greater the influence of TV and the less social media. Those earning up to two minimum wages say, at a majority of 55%, that television is their main source of information. The figure drops to 45% among those earning between 2 and 5 minimum wages, and to 38% among those earning more than 5 minimum wages.

Movement winter in relation to social networks. Among those receiving up to 2 minimum wages, 20% receive information about politics through social networks. This number has risen to 25% among those earning between 2 and 5 times the minimum wage, and reaches 31% among those earning more than 5 times the minimum wage.

The survey was conducted from June 29 to July 2. 2,000 people were heard through face-to-face interviews, and the margin of error is 2 percentage points. TSE registration number: BR-01763/2022.

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