Pauderney, Bosco and Alfredo want vacancies in the Senate occupied by Braga and VanessaAlfredo and Pauderney officiated who will fight for jobs and entered into pre-campaign climate.
The deputies Pauderney Avelino (THE) and Alfredo Nascimento (PR) anticipated dispute between the two seats in the Senate, that will be available in this year's election. Both they officiated who will fight for jobs and entered into pre-campaign climate. The battle promises to be one of the fiercest in recent memory, as current holders of the posts, the senators Eduardo Braga (PMDB) and Vanessa Grazziotin (PCdoB), They will fight for re-election.
Alfredo already stated that one of the reasons that made him want to return to the Senate is "the ability to contribute to the state with autonomy". He argues that, in the camera, beyond the mandate be linked to the party, it's difficult, before 513 MEPs, give visibility to parliamentary action. He believes that competition for jobs will be fierce. "But the people will judge".
Senator Eduardo Braga confirmed who will fight for re-election – independent competition – and presented to the column motives: "I put my name for consideration by Amazon voter because I believe that our experience in this first term in the Senate has brought many benefits to the State".
Braga cites achievements, as an extension of the ZFM for more 50 years, and the release of "millions of real resources" to the capital and 61 interior municipalities. "Anyone who knows me knows that I like to work and it is with this strength and determination that I hope to continue to collaborate in building a better Brazil Amazon and for all".
The deputy governor Bosco Saraiva (SD) and former Congressman Francisco Praciano (PT) They are also eyeing on Senate vacancies. Because of the Electoral Law, Bosco out of the Security Bureau command in early April.
Already Congressman Silas House (PRB), hitherto possible Senate candidate, now rule out the possibility to compete for vacancies. Announced that really want is to follow in Congress – and is re-election candidate.
Senator Vanessa Grazziotin (PCdoB) He was approached to talk about the dispute, but he did not answer. In previous occasion she said to be a candidate for re-election.