Fear exalts popular sovereignty speech

O presidente aproveitou o feriado de Proclamação da República para realçar a importância da democracia.
15/11/2017 16h44 - Updated 16/11/2017 17h37
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President Michel Temer praised democratic values, the independence of powers and popular sovereignty to speak in Itu, in São Paulo, during award ceremony of Itu citizen title to his friend, the lawyer and administrator Jose Eduardo Mello Flag. He also made a quick summary of his government and highlighted the high points of his 17 months ahead of the Executive.

The president took the time and place to highlight the importance of democracy. In UTI was the first step, in 1873, the movement that desaguaria the Proclamation of the Republic, 16 years later. After highlighting the importance of the moment, Fear gave a summary of national history since, He emphasized what he called centralization periods (1930-1954 e 1964-1985) national policy and concluded by saying that his government is guided by the strengthening of republican principles.

He cited as an example of the philosophy of its management respect the independence of the Three Powers. "It has always been the ideal of our republic independence and harmony between the powers. One of the key words of our government is dialogue, dialogue and respect for the Legislative and the Judiciary ", said. "We have an extraordinary collaboration with the National Congress, we have carried forward in a collective effort to Brazil's recovery ", he said.

Fearing defined his government as focused on fiscal and social responsibility and listed what it considers its main achievements so far: ceiling definition of public spending; the fall in unemployment, inflation and interest, the recovery of State, the strengthening of social programs and the resumption of the country's credibility before international organizations.

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