Arthur formalises alliance with Braga, Sabino Castelo Branco and Abdala Fraxe

Alliance was made official on the afternoon of Tuesday (9) no TRE-AM.
09/08/2016 14h22 - Updated 10/08/2016 10h39
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Mayor Arthur Neto (PSDB) officiated, this Wednesday (9), the registration of his candidacy for re-election by the Regional Electoral Court (TRE-AM) with coalition “We are one Manaus” in an alliance with 11 matches, including the PTB former Congressman Sabino Castelo Branco (PTB), and the LWA of the state deputy Abdala Fraxe (PTN).

Thereby, o time de Arthur, that was no longer pleasing voters, nor the militants themselves PSDB after the alliance with Senator Eduardo Braga, It got worse. In addition to Arthur group is Sabino, who lost the elections in 2012, ranking fifth, and also failed to be reelected in 2014 the Congressman, and Abdala Fraxe.

Sabino had revoked the mandate TRE-AM, in 2012, by misuse of the media, setting abuse of economic power in elections, to have their images aired during the program “The Voice of Hope”, even after the time allowed by the electoral law. Sabino appealed to the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) and had his Cassation annulled, which allowed him the disputed election 2014, unable to be re-elected because of involvement of complaints with drug trafficking.

Arthur is also in group, Mr Abdala Fraxe that in 2003 It was one of those involved in the cartel scheme in the sale of fuel in Manaus. Fraxe at the time was director of the Union of Amazonas Fuel Dealers (Sindcam) and he was sentenced to eleven people.

Fraxe was also reported to the Ethics Council of the Amazon Legislative Assembly (OF-AM) by Ms Alessandra Campelo (PMDB). according to her, parliamentary cursed her daughter's p *** during a speech she made on the floor of Parliament.

Also part of the group Arthur PP superintendent Suframa and former Congresswoman Rebecca Garcia, o PRP, PAGE, PHS, PPL, PPS, and PV.

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