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President Lula shakes up the political scene in Brasilia live and in color – Baptista Chagas de Almeida

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According to former Minister Aloisio Mercadante, President-elect Luis Incho Lula da Silva (Portugal) will stay in Brazil for two days. Lula is scheduled to travel to Egypt next week.

He was considered one of the stars attending the United Nations (UN) Climate Conference, COP 27. The President-elect of Brazil will attend the Climate Conference of the Parties in Sharm el-Sheikh on 17 and 18 November.

The information was confirmed by the Brazilian Embassy in Egypt. Lula was first invited by the re-elected governor of Par Helder Barballo (MDB) on behalf of the Consortium of Governors of the Legal Amazon, the UN, and Egyptian President Abdul Khalil El-Sisi.

As at COP 25 and 26, still President Jair Messias Bolsonaro (PL) did not attend COP 27. Bolsonaro would call the PT a “usurper” and accuse him of wearing the presidential sash prematurely. However, government representatives will travel to Egypt to attend the event.

They are: Joaquim Leite, Minister of the Environment; Paulino Franco do Carvalho Neto, Ambassador, Secretary for Multilateral Political Affairs, and Leonardo Cleaver de Ataide, Ambassador and Director of the Department of Sustainable Development.

The President of the United States of America, Democrat Joe Biden, was quick to call and greet Lulu in order to prevent Brazil from the “Trump scenario”. Journalist Jameel Chad referred to the episode of the attempted coup d’état with the invasion of the Trumpist Capitol.

The day after the victory, the Egyptian government immediately invited Lulu to COP 27, and his immediate acceptance signaled a new environmental policy. “That’s why the invitations rained down from all sides.”

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One of them, the World Economic Forum, in January, right, at the beginning of 2023, when Lula had already taken the oath.

Three great qualities make Brazil a candidate to be the protagonist at this year’s UN climate conference. The first is the fact that the country has the largest forest cover in the world. Second, it is a developing country that is already highly respected for its emission reduction targets.

And, finally, to complete the period of refusal of environmental problems from 2016.

everything is quiet

The meeting between President-elect Luis Incho Lula da Silva (PT) and the President of the Chamber of Deputies, MP Artur Lira (PP-PR) took place yesterday in a very friendly atmosphere. They talked for about 1 hour and 30 minutes at the official residence of the President of the Chamber of Deputies in Lago Sul, Brasilia. Neither Lula nor Lyra spoke to the press. PT Vice President Jos Guimares said the dialogue with Arthur Lira went smoothly. “Friendly atmosphere, dialogue, search for partnership to build Brazil,” he said as he left the place.

OL from Gal Costa

President-elect Luiz Incio Lula da Silva (Portugal) posted a photo on his Twitter profile with Gal Costa missing. PT expressed solidarity with the singer’s friends and family. Gal announced his vote for Lulu in the presidential race. The singer celebrated PT’s victory in the second round. In the previous show, the singer made an L with her hand in support of the then candidate Lula and asked for peace. Lula concluded by saying that “Gal Costa was one of the greatest singers in the world, one of our main artists who brought the name and sounds of Brazil to the whole planet.”

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“This time”

The re-elected governor of the state of Minas Gerais, Romeu Zema (Novo), said yesterday that the first talks with President Luiz Incho Lula da Silva (PT) are only “a matter of time.” Since the new president has not yet taken office, we do not yet know when this first contact will take place. By the way, this will take time. Being “new” in politics, the governor chose to support in the elections Jair Messias Bolsonaro (PL), who was defeated. So much so that he, Zema, also guaranteed friendly relations with the 853 mayors of Minas.

well deserved award

Yesterday, the Commission for Financial Supervision and Control of the Chamber of Deputies approved the award to Minister Alexandre de Moraes, President of the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE), on the recommendation of federal deputy Ureo Ribeiro (Solidariedade-RJ). It was also stressed that “there is no doubt that this was the most difficult election in history since the adoption of the 1988 Federal Constitution.” Defense Minister Paulo Sergio Nogueira did not seek out Alexandre de Moraes to discuss the report on the elections held by the armed forces.

End…

It’s Lula again. “A state official must clearly understand that he will rule with the people who have been elected, with people who think differently than we do. We must try to convince them of our proposals. Brazil no longer has time for curses and hate. I came to Brasilia to show our respect for institutions. Brazil will return to normal and people will dream about the future again.” And he finished by referring to history books in schools: “Each time I lost an election, I returned home to reflect and mourn. There is no other way to be so democratic.”

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DRIP FIRE

  • The Attorney General’s Office has asked the Minister of the Federal Supreme Court (STF), Alexandre de Moraes, to direct the investigation into Ivan Rezhane Fonte Boa Pinto to Judge Minas Gerais. Had to go through Minas, right? But let’s get to the facts…
  • … one who was pre-arrested after recording numerous videos in which he said he intended to invade and remove the highest court in the country, and even threatened President-elect Luis Incho Lula da Silva (PT).
  • Finally, ha! But the moment has come. In Brazil since yesterday, President-elect Luiz Incio Lula da Silva (PT) dined on Wednesday with Federal Senate President Rodrigo Pacheco (PSD-MG).
  • I had to go through Minas Gerais, as the state is always present in the important affairs of the country. The meeting took place in the afternoon at the official residence of the President of the Federal Senate, located in Lago Sul, Brasilia.
  • So, in Minas Gerais, it’s best to sneak out. Today, of course, the script will remain hot. The time has come, therefore, to give a response report. THE END!

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Deolan claims that he is rancid from Andre.

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Deolan claims that he is rancid from Andre.

Today at dawn, during the holiday “Farm 2022″ (RecordTV) with the theme Baile da Corte, Deolan admitted that he once and for all rancid Andre.

“I’m rancid with Andre… Now I’m rancid with Andre,” the lawyer said in a conversation with Bia, Morango and Petala.

“These political talk, really… What a disgusting thing,” the blonde continued.

“He continues to rise above us. He gave you a blank! Have mercy on me,” commented Petala, referring to the dynamics recorded yesterday for “Programa do Faro” (RecordTV).

“Wow, the person who cries the least here is me! To say that I am crying is to want to seem real, because I am a fortress for everything they do here, ”said Deolan.

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PT MP proposes to ban the political use of the Brazilian flag

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PT MP proposes to ban the political use of the Brazilian flag

MP Marcio Macedo (PT-SE) sent a bill to the House to ban the political use of Brazilian symbols such as the flag and anthem. According to the parliamentarian, the intention is to keep these representations from possible “wear and tear”.

In the letter, Macedo claims that the last election saw a simplification of the flag. The MP wants to ban the political manipulation of these symbols regardless of the party. That is, if the project is approved, the presidential government Luis Inacio Lula da Silva (PT) could not include the flag or anthem in presidential advertisements.

This is what we have seen lately in elections, when certain groups use national symbols to stir up division among Brazilians, promote hatred, division and fake news, even to apologize for the Nazism that Brazil was so heroically involved in defeating on European soil, under the rule of the mantle of our flag

The text was sent on November 8 and talks about the importance of the flag for peace and unity, referring to the arrival of the World Cup in Qatar.

Politicization of national symbols intensified under the president Jair Bolsonaro (PL) and several of his supporters go to the polls using the colors of the flag to signify their preferences.

With the election of Lula, the left is trying to bring back the Brazilian symbols, especially during the World Cup. It has become popular to personalize the uniforms of choice and tones related to the flag, with red stars and numbers 13 to indicate their support for the elected government and their opposition to Bolsonaro.

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The political future of Ramaphosa remains in doubt

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The meeting of the ANC Executive Committee (NEC), which was supposed to discuss the future of party president Cyril Ramaphosa this afternoon, has been postponed after brief consultations on the Phala Phala saga and is expected to meet again on Sunday.

Cyril Ramaphosa’s political future remains in doubt after a meeting of the ANC’s executive committee, convened amid calls for the resignation of a president accused in a parliamentary report of violating his oath, was postponed.

National Chairman of the ANC Gwede Mantashe, who was present at the first consultations of the NEC, believes that the country will plunge into chaos if the president resigns. In turn, the Acting Secretary General of the ANC, Paul Mashatile, says that at the meeting of the ANC executive committee it was not discussed whether President Cyril Ramaphosa expressed his intention to resign.

In recent days, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, 70, who succeeded Jacob Zuma in 2018 with an anti-corruption postulate in South Africa, has found himself in a quandary after a parliamentary commission released a Monday report on Wednesday saying he may have violated the anti-corruption laws of his country.

According to this document, the South African head of state concealed from the police and tax authorities an alleged robbery attempt that took place in 2020 at his Phala Phala property, located in the north-east of the country.

Under the terms of a complaint filed in June last year by Ramaphosa’s political opponent, $580,000 worth of bills were found hidden in sofa cushions in one of the rooms of the house, located on the presidential property. Sources close to Ramaphosa claim that the banknotes correspond to the sale of cattle to a Sudanese businessman for cash.

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Faced with the scandal unleashed by these revelations, Parliament, in which the ANC has a majority, may have to decide next Tuesday on the possible launch of a process to remove the South African president.

This case occurs when only two weeks are left before the meeting at which the ANC will decide who will be its new president and, accordingly, the next head of state, if the opposition party wins in 2024. organization of early elections.

It should be remembered that the ANC has been in power in South Africa since 1994, after the first free elections in the country, which brought the historic anti-apartheid leader and ANC President Nelson Mandela to power.

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