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(en) Anarko.net: Brazil, Election politics in Congress and sincerity by Bruno Lima Rocha (pt) [machine translation]

Date Fri, 25 Jan 2013 20:45:47 +0200


Impress the ability of political elites in Brazil have to achieve themselves. ---- At the end of the summer recess, we are faced with the likely election of two PMDB Northeast, both linked to the power scheme of the former president of Arena, José Sarney. Renan, alagoano Senator and former Minister of Justice of FHC, is already stamped figure of the Brazilian media. ---- Among his exploits, we have the unforgettable moment of 2007, when the country knew that part of his private appointments were covered by some republican relationships with companies interested in bidding and purchases of government. Already Renan Henrique Alves, has been launched as president of the lower house about six months, and strides in the direction of alternation of power. Marco Maia, coreligionist the president should spend the vacancy for the representative of the party's deputy Michel Temer. Have not fit any more surprise.

Former guerrillas, arenistas, quercistas and surroundings allied to such governance, and the once reformist party did not change the political culture of Brazil but has been transformed - for the worse - with this interaction.

Given such a framework, it is necessary to reproduce the key concepts for this analysis. The patronage pure and simple, retro-fueled engine with the word end to authoritarian leaders and deputies of the parliamentary benches conditions in pursuit of their immediate interests. These are, in almost one hundred percent of the cases, the release of amendments, where budget freak who represents and enforces ends for ordering costs and ensure investment in municipalities and constituencies. For its part, the coalition presidentialism operates in halter of the lower clergy, releasing amendments to dropper, causing deputies mayors put against the wall every year. The Union focuses funds no fiscal federalism and therefore, less autonomy of the state and municipal levels of government. How to teach the rule of politics, concentrating resources involves ensuring benefits.

If something is advertised in the choices relevant to chair the federal legislature, this factor is the sincerity. A more skillful political alliance put forward figures less controversial, having both a low profile as calmer trajectories. It would be a way to preserve the institution and its image. Apparently we have the opposite. The probable presidents of the Senate and the House are the "face of Brazilian politics."
Bruno Lima Rocha

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