terça-feira, 28 de outubro de 2014

Brazil: Dilma WINS Aetius and is re-elected President

98.82% â€" Dilma 51.54% â€" Aëtius 48.46%. pic.twitter.com/nFjiOROQyQ

In the end, the party is the PT, with Rousseff, accompanied by former President and comrade Lula da Silva, to open the doors to dialogue with the opposition about the future of Brazil and the application of idealized political reforms for South America's largest economy. "I have a rigorous commitment in fighting corruption, proposing changes in legislation to end impunity," he promised.

The President reelected expressed a desire to govern in a "peaceful and democratic" and said don't believe on election dispute has "split" the country: "I urge without exception to all the Brazilian and Brazilians to unite in favor of the future of our motherland. I can't believe that these elections have split the country in half. I believe that they have ideas and emotions sometimes contradictory, but driven by a common sentiment: the search for a better future. "

This President here is willing to dialogue and this is the first commitment of my new mandate. #DilmaNovamente pic.twitter.com/DU4oTBH0xk

Aecio Neves, for his part, took the defeat and revealed to have congratulated the opposing over. "Pelo telefone, wished success to Dilma in Government and told him that he needs to unite Brazil around a project honored and that dignifies all Brazilians," he said, in a speech in the ballroom of a hotel in Belo Horizonte, where he thanked the more than 50 million votes he received. "I fought the good fight, I have fulfilled my mission and I kept the faith," he concluded.

"Thank you very much. I will be eternally grateful to the Brazilians who received me so well. "#EquipeAN

In a country where voting is compulsory and the boycott of this duty costs a $ 3.50 reais (1.12 euros), this second round of the presidential had still one abstention higher than the first "round". After the 19 percent of more than 142 million registered voters to the polls that lacked three weeks ago, this time were 21.09 percent â€" about 30 million Brazilians â€" to boycott the decisive election that Rousseff reappointed for a new term of four years (2014-2018) ahead of Brazil destinations. Worse, even in 2010, in the election that highlighted the "worker" as the first woman to reach the Presidency of Brazil and missed 22 percent of registered voters.

The white votes and null, finally, totaled 7,136,397 million, which means 6.3 percent, a number under 10 percent of the first round. The results obtained with 99.98 percent of the ballot boxes cleared indicated 54,493,372 ballots (51.64 percent) to Dilma Rousseff and 51,034,114 (48.36 per cent) to Aecio Neves.

All the Governors elected in #Eleicoes2014 pic.twitter.com/Z57f4Az9yZ

In the preferences for State Governments, the Brazilian democratic movement Party (PMDB) stood out with the election of 7 Governors, including the re-election of Luiz Fernando Pezão, Rio de Janeiro. The PSDB fell and now comes in second, going from eight to five governors, including Geraldo Alckmin, in São Paulo. The PT chose the same five of four years ago. The Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) also went down against the latter, rising from six States suffrage for three. The Democratic Labor Party (PDT), where did 14 years ago, Rousseff has gone from "zero" for two States, including Mato Grosso (Pedro Taques). The Social Democratic Party (PSD) also managed to elect two Governors.

Thank you so much! #Dilmais4anos pic.twitter.com/LcPPKMOgHz

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