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venerdì 24 ottobre 2014

The President of Brazil Dilma Rousseff, will win again ???

If we look at the curriculum of Dilma Rousseff, the president of Brazil is a small town in all respect, I do not think that there is a woman in the home of his level, it was a great activist and revolutionary who had joined the armed revolutionary group Var- Palmeiras and was blocked 70-72, and even subjected to torture sessions.
Rebuilding his life in Rio Grande Do Sul with his partner Carlos Araujo who spent more than 30 years until 2000, they separated permanently. Finally contributing to the founding of the Workers' Party. Having participated in several election campaigns and paying Sevizio in different places of the state, in 2002, part of the team that formulated the plan of the government of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva for the energy sector. Later that same year he was chosen to occupy the Ministry of Mines and Energy.
In 2005, Rousseff was appointed prime minister of the Casa Civil, replacing José Dirceu, who resigned the post after being called to the scandal Mensalão. Dilma was the first woman Secretary of Finance of his city, the Prime Minister of Mines and Energy, the first chief of staff, in addition to being the first president in the history of Brazil.
In an interview, the president said: "I will make a government committed to eradicating poverty and provide opportunities for all Brazilians., But humbly make a call to the nation, entrepreneurs, workers, press the good people of the country to help me" ..
I believe that the president has so much stuff to sell, nowadays I do not think that there are women in this level? The president, Dilma Rousseff, to create and continue svilluppo in the country should have a second chance and to win a second term in order to carry out his plans.

Inauguration of the Brazil Pavilion at Rio +20, the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, with President Dilma Rousseff.