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PSDB considers Garcia’s SP re-election a priority while Doria skates



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The PSDB leadership has made the re-election of Governor Rodrigo Garcia in Sao Paulo a national priority this year, while Joao Doria is still trying to prove himself in the presidential race. The Toucans reserve the most resources from the Abbreviation Electoral Fund among state executive candidates for Garcia. This will be 21 million reais, counting on maintaining power in the state ruled by the legend for 28 years and guaranteeing a national performance.

Garcia is a recently joined toucan – he made a political career in the former DEM, now União Brasil, as a result of the merger with PSL – and he needs to assert himself. Still underperforming in intent-to-vote polls, she trails Fernando Haddad (Portugal), supported by Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, and Tarcicio de Freitas (Republicans), appointed by President Jair Bolsonaro.

Garcia keeps the public machine to use the candidacy, but comes across as a wear and tear on Doria’s unpopularity. To remedy this situation, the PSDB will allocate to the candidate an amount equivalent to the ceiling set by the Electoral Court for the state. The current governor will receive much more than Doria four years ago, when he contested the Bandeirantes Palace and received 6.2 million reais from the party.

Not only the campaign in Sao Paulo will be marked by high numbers. According to the party’s strategic plan, the other two states commanded by the toucans, Rio Grande do Sul and Mato Grosso do Sul, will also have a limit: 9.1 million reais for the gauchos that can launch Eduardo Leite, who has gone to resignation with an eye on Planalto and 4.9 million reais for the residents of Mato Grosso do Sul, whose candidate is Eduardo Riedel, former secretary of the governor, Reinaldo Azambuja.

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A total of nine candidates will be nominated for the post of head of the executive branch. In addition to Garcia, Leite and Riedel, Raquel Lira (PE), Pedro Cunha Lima (PB), Rodrigo Cunha (AL), Alessandro Vieira (SE), Izalchi Lucas (DF) and Silvestri Filho (PR) participate in regional competitions. These names will have fewer resources if Doria is Planalto’s candidate, as the presidential campaign will cost 65 million reais out of the 314 million reais of the Tucano Electoral Fund. In 2018, it amounted to 185.8 million reais. Geraldo Alkmin, then presidential candidate, received 53.6 million reais from the legend.


In an attempt to reduce the resistance of the PSDB bench in the House of Doria, allies of the former governor in the executive say that the 22 mandated federal deputies will receive a ceiling set for proportional disputes: 2.4 million reais. In theory, this measure will dispel rumors that a presidential campaign will drain resources.

However, much of the bench put pressure on the former governor to abandon Planalto. At a dinner in Brasilia last Wednesday at the home of the Toucan leader in the Chamber of Adolfo Vian (BSc), deputies gave Doria a truce but showed skepticism about the presidential project.

In the case of São Paulo, Garcia’s allies say the problem with Doria’s candidacy is political and strategic: a high number of rejections could pollute a re-election campaign that will need voters from the Bolsonarist belt to make it to the second round, so there is pressure to withdraw participation. from Doria to the state. “The question is not financial. The candidacy of Joao Doria is taking away votes from Rodrigo Garcia in an election that will no longer be easy,” said former Toucan Senator José Anibal (SP).

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Staffers linked to Garcia but close to Doria argue that the PSDB should make the campaign for governor of Sao Paulo a major controversy. In a nationwide campaign, they say, the party has no chance of winning, and persistence in the name will exacerbate internal divisions.


Possible PSDB support for Senator Simone Tebet (MDB-MS) does not interfere with the São Paulo campaign, according to party sources. Garcia’s survival in Bandeirantes is seen as decisive for the political future of the party, which is in ruins and has lost the capacity for national organization during the rise of Bolsonaris.

The Tucanos say it’s good to have a candidate at the head of Sao Paulo who is far from both Bolsonaro and Lula, and they intend to convince voters that this will serve as a system of checks and balances for Planalto, whoever wins. . Wanted, Garcia declined to comment.

“Rodrigo Garcia will win the elections in Sao Paulo. At the national level, the party is promoting its commitment to Brazilian democracy by putting forward important candidacies in the states and fundamentally building a third path, where the PSDB represents João Doria,” said Marco Vinoli, PSDB-SP President and Coordinator of the Former Governor’s Electoral Campaign.

Trying to break the impasse, Doria continues to work at an intense pace. He has already received 2.8 million reais from the PSDB and supplemented his cash with donations from individuals. The election campaign of the ex-governor is the most structured of the third path. He uses chartered jets to travel, and his committee in São Paulo now has 25 members.

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The information is taken from the newspaper. State of Sao Paulo.

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The week will be decisive for the political future of Duque and Marcia ConradoFarol de Noticias



The week will be decisive for the political future of Duque and Marcia ConradoFarol de Noticias

Posted at 11:05 this Saturday (24)

Just eight days before the election, tensions are rising between groups led by Serra Taglia mayor Marcia Conrado and former mayor Luciano Duque. Marcia made a moral commitment to ensure the victory of the PSB candidate Danilo Cabral in the Serra Tagliad and, therefore, to win a lot of votes for her ally, MP Fernando Monteiro.

In fact, the task is not an easy one. In the Instituto Imape/Farol poll, Cabral got 12.7% and Marilia Arraes, backed by Luciano Duque and Sebastian Oliveira, got 37.4%.

Among the issues with the denial is Danilo’s vote to impeach former President Dilma Rousseff. Many have not forgotten. Especially the historical members of the PT, who hold positions in the municipal government, but do not accompany the mayor in a “red-yellow” euphoria. Fernando Monteiro is another problem for Marcia, in the same poll he has half the intentions to vote the candidate Valdemar Oliveira, brother of MP Sebastian Oliveira (read here).


Despite the “blows” from people associated with Marcia who took advantage of her government and now support “alien” candidates, Luciano Duque’s position seems more comfortable, but no less tense. The former mayor should have a “super vote” in Serra Talhada, but it is not yet known how the “infidels” associated with the mayor acted, who can, yes; “sabotages” part of the former mayor’s plans. Snooker is like this: what will the Marcia/Duke relationship be like after the election. Place your bets.

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“Never before has a president run for re-election with such a high rejection rate,” the political scientist estimates



“Never before has a president run for re-election with such a high rejection rate,” the political scientist estimates

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Senate candidate Alvaro Diaz (Podemos) reiterated that professional work in the Senate is for experienced politicians, not for trainees. The senator’s remark was a response to União Brasil candidate Sergio Moro, who announced that he would create Lava Jato in the National Congress, without knowing, however, the real functions of the senator, i.e., not within the competence of the Senate. Alvaro made the announcement after being asked about voting against a project that would set rules for social media, the so-called “Fake News Law”.

Photo: Pedro France

Fake News I
Alvaro Diaz said the bill, which makes it a crime to finance and spread fake news, was hastily sent by senators to the Chamber of Deputies. Diaz claimed to have voted against approval of the project in 2020, believing that the proposal required a deeper analysis of the topic with more elaborate proposals.

Fake news 2
The senator said the law was “a fine line between free speech and lying” and commented, “Obviously you cannot allow yourself to ridicule and attack people with impunity in the name of free speech. . We are victims, we are victims, of course, I want a good law.”

Beaches of Parana
After the transformation of the edge of the beaches of Cayoba and Matinos, the feeding service of the beaches of Parana is transferred to other resorts in the region. The Galileo Galilei dredge dumps thousands of cubic meters of sand every day onto the sandy strip of the Flamingo Resort, the first just after the Matinos River, next to the Fish Market, and is already changing the face of the region. The work was completed by 45%.

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Spring started this Thursday, the 22nd, and will end on December 21st. According to Simepar, the forecast of dynamic and statistical climate models indicates an increase in the La Niña phenomenon with a probability of 80 to 90%, which will affect the climate in Paraná, similar to what was recorded in August and the first half of September. but shorter,” said Simepara meteorologist Reinaldo Knaib.

The Municipality of Francisco Beltrao will open registration for the Simplified Selection Process (PSS) on Monday (26). There are 38 vacancies for the formation of a reserve register of temporary activities in various areas and functions. According to the prefecture, classification will be made on the basis of the education and professional qualifications of those enrolled. The notice is now available for review. The registration fee will be 20 reais for all positions and must be paid by bank deposit or Pix. Candidates who are in a situation of social vulnerability can apply free of charge by presenting the Unified Register form.

The impeachment trial of former PT adviser Renato Freitas has reached the Federal Supreme Court (STF). Lawyers for Guilherme Gonçalves and António Carlos de Almeida Castro, Kakay, defending PT, filed a lawsuit to try to reverse the impeachment of Renato Freitas and make him eligible to run in this election, as the Paraná Regional Electoral Court (TRE-PR) rejected the PT candidate.

Recurso without TSE
State candidate Moasir Fadel (PSD) has announced that he is already filing an appeal with the Higher Electoral Court (TSE) to guarantee his candidacy in this year’s elections. The announcement came shortly after the decision of the District Electoral Court of Paraná (TRE-PR), which accepted the request to reject his candidacy on the grounds that he was ineligible. “We will calmly convey the appeal to Brasilia. My campaign remains calm and serene. We continue to believe in justice,” he said.

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The municipality of Kambara has completed 98 years of political and administrative emancipation. Deputy Luis Claudio Romanelli (PSD) and Mayor Neto Haggi (MDB) commemorate the date, remembering what made the city stand out. “Cambará is connected to the future and has investments in all sectors,” said the MP. “This is 98 years of history built by the first inhabitants of different nationalities. Kambara is a reference to Parana,” emphasizes Neto Haggi.

A survey conducted by the Instituto Opinião shows that 83% of those polled said that the choice of a candidate for the Palacio do Planalto is final. In the presidential race, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (Portugal) appears with 45% against Jair Bolsonaro (PL)’s 33%. As for choosing a candidate for federal deputies, out of 2,000 people interviewed by the institute by phone, only 28% said they had chosen a candidate for the chamber of deputies in more than a month.

Write down
The survey was conducted from 18 to 20 September. 2,000 people over the age of 16 were interviewed by telephone in 114 municipalities across the country. The survey has a margin of error of plus or minus 2% with a reliability of the overall survey result of 95%. The poll is registered with the Higher Electoral Court under number BR-09430/2022.

IR return
The Federal Tax Service released this Friday advice on the fifth and final installment of this year’s income tax refund. The lot also includes residual refunds from previous years. On the 30th, the tax office will transfer 1.9 billion reais to 1,220,501 taxpayers. Of this amount, R$ 221,130,324.62 will be paid to taxpayers with legal priority. The rest of the lot will be allocated to 1,159,183 non-priority taxpayers who filed returns for previous years.

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The consultation can be done on the website of the Federal Tax Service. The taxpayer simply clicks on the “My Income Tax” box and then “Consult a Refund”. The consultation can also be carried out in the Meu Imposto de Renda application, available for smartphones on Android and iOS systems.

The High Electoral Court (TSE) has identified suspicious transfers worth 605 million reais after reviewing partial campaign accountability submitted by candidates between 9 and 13 September. A total of 59,072 cases of potentially illegal donations or spending were identified, the Electoral Justice said. Now the Ministry of Elections (MPE) must investigate these suspicious cases. A new round of data intersection will take place after the final submission of first round reports, which must be submitted by all applicants by November 2nd.

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