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Aécio Neves

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PSDB


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Lower House of Congress


Governor

State of Minas Gerais


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Chamber of Deputies


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leaddog.com

www.leaddog.com [cached]

The tumultuous race remained tight until the eve of the vote, and President Dilma Rousseff, whose Workers' Party has held power for 12 years, appeared to hold a lead over Aécio Neves, a senator for the Social Democrats.
The influential Datafolha polling company showed Ms. Rousseff with 52 percent support, compared with 48 percent for Mr. Neves, according to a survey released on Saturday night. more... Neves


Brazil's Car Wash Scandal Reveals a Country Soaked in Corruption | South American Real Estate News

www.gatewaytosouthamerica-newsblog.com [cached]

So are powerful senators such as Aécio Neves, who narrowly lost the 2014 presidential election.
The head of Brazil's Chamber of Deputies, Eduardo da Cunha-who was shameless enough to hide some of the $40 million in bribes he pocketed in a religious shell company called Jesus.com-was convicted in March and sentenced to 15 years in prison. He has appealed the verdict.


real-agenda.com

The session in the Senate was led by the president of the Brazilian Social Democracy Party (PSDB), Aécio Neves, who spoke on behalf of the ten senators to declare their support for the process.


www.bbc.co.uk

Senator Aecio Neves, who was defeated by a narrow margin in October's presidential vote, issued a statement praising the protests.
He said Brazilians "went to the streets to reunite with their virtues, their values and also with their dreams".


www.newpol.org

In the runoff vote, which took place on October 26, Dilma squeaked out a three-and-a-half point victory over Aécio Neves, winning 51.6 percent of the vote and a historic fourth term for the PT.
In fact, some commentators in the Brazilian press noted that Aécio Neves, who was governor of Minas Gerais until his presidential run, suggested a literal return to the "café-com-leite" politics of old by choosing a Paulista, Aloysio Nunes, as his running mate.


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