'I would not participate in any political alliance with Eduardo Braga', Melo shootsThe governor said in an interview that in politics, not always, two and two make four, and will 'pay to see’ the result of the union between Arthur and Braga.
Amazonas Governor, Jose Melo (Pros), He expressed his opinion about the alliance made between the mayor of Manaus, Artur Neto (PSDB), and PMDB, Eduardo Braga, and said in an interview to a local portal that politics, not always, two and two make four, and will 'pay to see’ the result of the union. "I would not participate in any political alliance with Eduardo Braga, because he has shown it treats public affairs as governor of the State. I pay to see ", commented.
Asked whether he believes in the involvement of Braga in the receipt of bribes reported in the jet wash, Melo shoots: “It is not I who is saying this, is Justice. The Justice announced that, and I direct I reserve to wait for what the court will do. Although not nourish any affectionate feelings for this guy, I can not say it irresponsibly. I think a lot of water will still roll this time it comes around.”
After breaking alliance with the PSD, Artur Neto, is taking on all sides and the victim's time was the governor of Amazonas who was accused by the toucan have failed in office holding. In response Melo stated that contrary to what the mayor says, the state sacrifices investments in other areas to do in Manaus health system which is the duty of the city. “My government has not failed, on the contrary, It is extremely victorious, because we learned to work responsibly”, said the Governor.
Melo also said that the statements of Arthur against his government were expected and he heard everything without commenting but the alliance with Braga was 'was the last straw'. “I was absorbing all this and in no time I went to the press to talk about it, until it reached the point of it to ally with my main opponent. That was the last straw”, blurted.