Silas House declares goods and appears as the Manaus mayoral candidate richest elections this year

The property and financial investments, of Congressman, equivalent to R $ 2,7 millions.
13/08/2016 14h07 - Updated 14/08/2016 13h46
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The Manaus prefecture candidate, Silas House (PRB), is the richest among the majority competitors to election this year. The declaration of assets reveal the particularities of life of some of the candidates for the elections this year, not Amazonas.

The property and financial investments, of Congressman, which can be accessed at the Superior Electoral Court website (TSE), equivalent to R $ 2,7 millions. Company shares Millenium Society Participation and Management of R $ 1,6 million, a commercial building of R $ 100 thousand in Shangrila II set and a Pajero vehicle valued at R $ 116 one thousand, and R $ 550 thousand in kind, are some of the goods declared by the candidate to the Electoral.

Only seven of the nine candidates for mayor of Manaus are with personal data available on the TSE website. Arthur Neto (PSDB), Disputing reelection, He told the TRE-AM a total of R $ 160,7 one thousand , Marcelo Ramos (PR) said four properties in the amount of R $ 399 one thousand, Luiz Castro declared assets worth R $ 857,6 thousand and the deputy governor Henrique Oliveira, also candidate, I said to own only two goods in the amount of R $ 735 one thousand.

According to the ranking of the candidates for deputy mayor millionaires appear Congressman Mark Rotta, coalition partner of Mayor Arthur Neto, with 34 million and the entrepreneur Alessandro Bronze, mate Henrique Oliveira, with 7,5 millions.

But Rotta denied, in a statement, who is a millionaire and that there was error in the information available on the TSE website, launched in the Electoral Justice system mistakenly by TRE / AM that has been fixed and that the truth about their property is R $ 330.977,37 according to a statement of your income tax.

Source: AM POST Writing

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