AgoraÉHaddad!! Brazil says yes to the future in the second round

AgoraÉHaddad!! Brazil says yes to the future in the second round
    AgoraÉHaddad!! Brazil says yes to the future in the second round
    AgoraÉHaddad!! Brazil says yes to the future in the second round, "We want to unite the Democrats, the people who pay attention to the poorest. Let's make a government that unites the country, "announces the PT candidate

    Fernando Haddad is on the second round! Confirmation of the already expected clash between the former mayor of São Paulo and the candidate of the PSL was met with shouts and a lot of party in the place where the PT candidate was, in a hotel in São Paulo.

    With strong applause, Haddad thanked the PT, former President Lula and the other coalition parties (PCdoB and PROS) for their efforts. "I mean that I feel challenged by the results, the opportunity for the second round is an invaluable chance the people gave us," he said.

    He also reinforced PT's commitment to a democratic and popular project in a call to the country's progressive camp. "We want to unite the Democrats, the people who pay attention to the poorest. Let's make a government that unites the country, there is a lot at stake. "

    The PT candidate also said that he is already in contact with Guilherme Boulos (PSOL), Marina Silva (Network) and pedro Ciro Gomes, discussing support from now on. Ciro's demonstration against the PSL candidate, announced shortly after the official result of the first round, was enthusiastically received.

    In an interview in front of his house in Fortaleza (CE), the PDT candidate said that in the next stage of the presidential election, he will be "on the side of democracy and against fascism." "My life story is a life story defending democracy and against fascism," he said. "Ah, he, no, no doubt," added the peddler, referring to the PSL candidate.

    Haddad's speech was followed by the vice presidential candidate, Manuela D'Ávila (PCdoB), Ana Estela Haddad, Eduardo Suplicy, the campaign coordinator José Sérgio Gabrielli and the PT president, Gleisi Hoffmann, among other politicians and personalities.

    Members, leaders, supporters and representatives of social movements are celebrating the progress of the candidacy. After a vote-to-vote count, the people keep the desire to make Brazil happy again. It will be just over two weeks to get a better understanding of Haddad's project for the country and to unite the democratic camp around his candidacy. Brazil will be happy again!
    Wael Elyamani
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