19/08/2016 11h26 - Updated 20/08/2016 12h47

Alliance with Braga gives Arthur almost four minutes of advertising on radio and TV

Other candidates have less than 2 minutes of free electoral propaganda.
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The estimated release of Radio Times and TV party in the Amazon, caused uproar in politics behind the scenes on the morning of Friday (19). The re-election candidate, Mayor Arthur Neto (PSDB), will almost 4 propaganda minutes, while all other eight candidates to the City Hall will have less than 2 minutes. Arthur got 3 minutes and 57 seconds, or candidate Marcelo Ramos (PR) He got 1 minutes and 51 seconds, and José Ricardo (PT) with 1 minutes and 30 seconds.

The estimate is based on signed alliances between parties, adding the time that each party would be entitled to 10 total minutes of advertising. The data is not official and may change as the definition of party alliances, by the Regional Electoral Court of Amazonas (TRE-AM). The time that each party is entitled is set based on the number of parliamentarians each abbreviation has the Chamber of Deputies.

Candidates Serafim Correa (PSB) and Silas House (PRB) they were with 43 seconds each one, and the candidate Hissa Abraham with 27 seconds. The deputy governor and also candidate Henrique Oliveira got 25 seconds, Professor Queiroz (PSOL) with 19 seconds Luiz Castro (NETWORK) with 10 seconds.

The Regional Electoral Court (TRE-AM) do today, 14h, the draw for the placement of free electioneering order, on radio and television. They will also be chosen stations that will generate the network programs, and it will be developed the media plan for placement of the advertising network and inserts. Queiroz with 19 seconds Luiz Castro with 10 seconds.

Time

The time that each party is entitled is set based on the number of MPs each party has in the House of Representatives, PMDB Senator Eduardo Braga, main ally of Arthur, has

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