24/07/2016 12h24 - Updated 25/07/2016 08h03

In convention with over a thousand people, PHS reaffirms support the reelection of Arthur Neto to Manaus Prefecture

The party will participate in the election this year in Manaus 62 candidates for councilor.
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The Humanist Party of Solidarity (PHS) He reaffirmed support for the reelection of Mayor Arthur Neto (PSDB), for the symbol of neo convention held Saturday (23) in Rancho Country. The meeting brought together over a thousand people including the mayor Arthur, Congressman Pauderney Avelino (THE), the councilors of the PHS, Wilker Barreto, Professor Jacqueline, Mario Fleet, Vilma Queiroz e Professor Samuel, besides party leaders.

The PHS participate in the election this year in Manaus 62 candidates for councilor. The party was the first to announce full support for re-election of Arthur Neto.

"The PHS walks going strong understanding that the mayor Arthur is the only one with strong hand to lead our city. We were the first party a year ago and six months announced that it would support full and unrestricted re-election project, because we believe that to be loyal to Manaus is to continue this winning project ", said the PHS Executive President of the Amazon, Councilman Wilker Barreto.

In his speech, Arthur said the growth of PHS and said the party meets strong names to the dispute October. He reaffirmed the commitment to the city, even before the economic crisis and said that unlike other states, It has been able to keep up payment of functionalism and did not cause layoffs. Arthur emphasized the importance of the councilors for the city's growth and cited the parliamentary amendments as a successful experience for communities and benefited neighborhoods.

During the minutes reading confirmed the application of the proportional, a roll call was made of all pre-candidate. The PHS is the second largest legend of CMM with five councilors.

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