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PSL MPs Say Bolsonaro Will Leave Party and Create New Acronym

by Ace Damon
PSL MPs Say Bolsonaro Will Leave Party and Create New Acronym


18:04 12.11.2019 (updated 18:20 12.11.2019) Short URL

A group of PSL MPs, after meeting with Jair Bolsonaro at the Planalto Palace on Tuesday (12), said the president had decided to leave the party and create a new subtitle, which should be called Alliance for Brazil.

The delegation consisted of Daniel Silveira (PSL-RJ), Bia Kicis (PSL-DF), Carlos Jordy (PSL-RJ), Colonel Chrisostomo (PSL-RO) and Leo Motta (PSL-MG). published through the G1 portal.

The relationship between the head of state and the party he was elected to has been shaken for months, since allegations of the use of orange candidacies in states such as Minas Gerais and Pernambuco.

A sign that the exit will actually occur is the disaffiliation of Senator Flávio Bolsonaro of the party, as published the newspaper Extra. He must now engage in the formation of the new acronym.

Bolsonaro fought with PSL president Luciano Bivar, and two groups were formed in the caption, the Bolsonarians, who want to accompany Bolsonaro wherever he goes, and those who wish to stay in the party.

In an unfolding dispute, PSL House leader Delegate Waldir (GO), supported by the Bivarists, lost his post to Eduardo Bolsonaro (SP). In addition, a group of acronym parliamentarians filed for expulsion of members of the pocket wing.

New party would be Bolsonaro's 9th

Last month, the president even spoke at the door of the Alvorada Palace that Bivar was "burned out" and told a supporter to "forget" the PSL. The departure of parliamentarians from PSL, however, bumps into legal issues, as they may end up losing their mandates. In Flávio's case, he does not lose his position because he ran for a majority election.

In three decades as a congressman, Bolsonaro joined seven parties before joining the PSL in March 2018 to run for president.

By becoming the second largest House party, PSL increased its stake in the party fund from $ 9.7 million in 2018 to $ 110 million in 2019. By 2020, the figure is expected to be between $ 400 million. and R $ 500 million.

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