Omar, NEJM, Alfredo and Pauderney enter Marcelo Ramos street campaign

The Marcelo campaign is already in all neighborhoods of Manaus.
19/08/2016 16h39 - Updated 20/08/2016 13h15
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The coalition Change to Transform is Saturday (20), the first major action of the campaign with the participation of all political leaders who support the candidacy of Marcelo Ramos and Joshua Neto to Manaus Prefecture. It will be a great walk in the neighborhood John Paul II, East zone, with the presence of Senator Omar Aziz, the congressmen Alfredo Nascimento and Pauderney Avelino, Nejmi Aziz e Wilson Lima.

The action will also include the participation of more than 400 candidates for alderman of the coalition. The meeting point of the walk will be in Rosemary street with street Arruda, near the 14th District Integrated Police (DIP), from 8 am.

This Friday (19), the candidates of the coalition held leafleting at Torquato Tapajós, plus walk in the New Forest neighborhood, the fifth since the beginning of the week with hundreds of supporters. Marcelo Ramos points out that even before completing one week, the campaign has taken the streets with leafleting, adhesives and hiking in all city zones.

“The reception, the affection and support surprised us and show that we are winning, every day, new legions of supporters. Are expressions of affection, affection, and above all, of confidence in safe and transformative change project that we are presenting to the city of Manaus. People are beginning to realize that there is something different emerging for the future of the city ", He emphasized Marcelo Ramos.

For the candidate for deputy mayor Joshua Neto, demonstrations in street actions reinforce the feeling that the manauaras want change and renewal in the political control of the city. "We feel very good receptivity and this makes us even more believe in this project. this is, no doubt, the energy that we need, in the streets, in conversations, we semaphores, the houses and I'm sure we're heading for a victory, that is the victory of the city of Manaus ", Joshua said Neto.

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