Serafim Correa quit to run for president of the ALE-AM

Former mayor and elected state representative did not make clear reason for withdrawal.
21/01/2019 11h08 - Updated 22/01/2019 12h47
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Mr Serafim Correa (PSB) issued a statement on Monday (21) stating that gave up running for president of the Legislative Assembly of the State (OF-AM).

"Public Lathe disputarei not any post in the Presiding Officers of the Legislative Assembly of Amazonas", said in note excerpt.

The parliamentarian who had no vote declared in his favor also said he wants the continuation of the dispute in a respectful and understanding among fellow Members Joshua Neto (PSD) and Belarmino Lins (PP) following the election.

"I hope that respect and understanding prevail in the likely dispute between the plates led two colleagues Belarmino Lins and Joshua Neto", concluded.

Read the full note

The Amazon people
Quando coloquei meu nome à disposição dos colegas para presidir a Assembleia Legislativa objetivei dar minha contribuição para que o Poder Legislativo fosse, increasingly, features two major debates or future, especially on the need to rethink the state's size and prepare the Amazon to a new time in your business and economics. For this, the effort will be necessary common of all powers and organs, as well as the whole society towards: 1 – equilíbrio das contas públicas, without which we will not advance and 2 - good fight in defense of the Manaus Free Trade Zone model, target again attacks now come from all sides, but mainly the Federal Government itself.

Today, I understand that the best way to contribute to the debate and finding solutions to the serious problems that are set is the full dedication to my mandate by Amazonian people.
Like this, around public disputarei not any post in the Presiding Officers of the Legislative Assembly of Amazonas.

On the other hand, I hope that respect and understanding prevail in the likely dispute between the plates led two colleagues Belarmino Lins and Joshua Neto.


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