22/07/2016 00h18 - Updated 22/07/2016 14h47

Mayor of Manaus, Arthur Neto, announces candidacy for re-election

In his official Facebook page, or political, He made a post reiterating his nomination by the party and declaring that accepts the challenge of application.
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The Mayor of Manaus, Arthur Neto (PSDB), reaffirmed on Thursday(21) that compete for re-election in October. The announcement was made during a meeting held at the PSDB Jevian Parties, Rua Rio Javari, no Vieiralves, Central South area of ​​the city.

In tonight(21) on their official Facebook page, or political, He made a post reiterating his nomination by the party and declaring that accepts the challenge of application. “I agree with the statement of the Amazon PSDB Executive to, at the exact moment, put my name available again for mayor of Manaus. The Executive Municipal deserves respect and experienced people in your driving. It is no place for adventurers.”, reported.

In the text published in your social network mayor also underscores the efficiency of its management “I'm sure our city is much better than in 2013” and teases: “I do not rule by WhatsApp, not inventing solutions, I pay bills than I did, I pay bills, I could not stand up to an absurdly unbelievable crisis situation that shook this country. Now is the time to get in decisively field for someone wins the election and that someone is Manaus”.

In an event that occurred on the night this Monday (18), the PSBD, by letter read by the regional party chairman, Mario Barros , Arthur pointed to run for re-election in the election this year and said that there is still no definition of who can be a candidate for deputy mayor.

In the second round of the election of 2012, Sabino, state president of the PTB, who was a candidate in the 1st round, marched alongside the opposing toucan, Senator Vanessa Grazziotin (PCdoB). Now, he announced support for Arthur.

Source: AM POST Writing

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