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Lula demanded that the Senate guarantee the electoral process in Brazil

Según el líder del Partido de los Trabajadores (PT) en esa asamblea, Paulo Rocha, uno de los articuladores de la cita, the intention resulted una «conversación institutional» entre el exdirigente obrero y Pacheco.

Fue más en torno a las inquietudes de Lula, who «planted the concern with the electoral process, but also about the functioning of the institutions, the role of the Armed Forces, of the Supreme, of the Senate», said Rocha.

Asseveró que el precandidato presidencial del PT recalcó mucho en eso, «en el funcción de las institutions».

De acuerdo con el parlamentario, Pacheco se comprometió a «hacer funcionar las elecciones con el due proceso democrático».

La bancada del PT en el Senado trabajó since April to program the meeting.

El líder de la minoría en el Senado, Jean Paul Prates, pointed out, por su parte, that Pacheco evaluated measures to avoid that cases of political violence grow during the electoral process and narratives about un pseudofraud in the elections, no prosperen.

Hasta la fecha, el helmonel del Senado guarda silencio sobre qué candidato apoyará en la contienda de octubre.

In the state of Minas Gerais (southeast), where the senator was elected, the Partido Social Democrata closed an alliance with the PT, which will support the aspiration of the former mayor of Belo Horizonte, Alexandre Kalil, to the government of the territorial division.

According to the agreement, the PT will also support the candidacy of Alexandre Silveira, an ally of Pacheco, for his reelection in the Senate.

Prates aclaró que el exgobernante y el congresista no abordaron temas de alliances y disputas regionales.

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«Veo como un encuentro natural, institutional e importante para la demonstration de que las institutions en este país conversan, dialogan. Pueden no converger siempre, pero que hay un ambiente de dialog y de mucho respeto mutuo entre todos», affirmed Pacheco antes del dialog con Lula.

On the same day, the ex-president had an exchange of views with artists and workers of the culture of the Federal District, and defended the valorization of the sector and reinforced the idea of ​​re-creating the Ministry of Culture.

For Lula, diverse obstacles to the development of Brazilian culture come from the people form part of the history of the nation.

One of the examples cited by him was the fact that Brazil was the last country on the continent to have a university in 1920, while Peru had its first in 1554.

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