Next the election, Wilson Lima can censor election poll in court

the actual candidate's subject does not know want to hide the result, but lawyers claimed that the company recorded research in TSE.
22/10/2018 13h32 - Updated 22/10/2018 16h37
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The candidate for governor of Amazonas, Wilson Lima, He won a victory in the Electoral Court and got the Publisher of election poll Ana Cassia is not disclosed. It is not known Wilson's real reason want to hide the result, but lawyers claimed that the company reported the research at the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) at odds with the TSE Resolution 23.549/2017, which deals with the registration of polls.

Besides censorship search, Wilson has obtained victories in court so that your opponent is forbidden to submit proposals. Last week, the candidate was not the Band of the debate and managed the program was taken off the air for two minutes remaining. Today, Monday (22), It has announced it will not to debate on TV Record News / Daily. No one knows for sure whether Wilson still will to some debate until election day.

One reason that may explain the censorship of the Wilson debate and research is the drop in internal numbers, mainly because of the Bolsa Chain Scandal. Asked by TV Amazon will pay compensation to the relatives of prisoners killed in factional war in the prisons of Manaus, Wilson said it will comply with the law requiring him to pay. Even the vice Wilson, Carlos Almeida, He led the Ombudsman to ask the state to pay R $ 50 thousand every family arrested.

Both presidential Jair Bolsonaro as much of the population is against the payment of the benefit.

Besides that, Wilson was very badly in the last debate that participated, TV Tiradentes, a week ago. visibly unprepared, the candidate knew not explain how own a company for eight years without creating a single job. And also criticized the proposed Amazonino to create the Bolsa Familia and State did not present solutions to people's aspirations.

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