Brazilian Labour Renewal Party
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Brasília, Federal District|
São Paulo, São Paulo
In 2006 the party gained some electoral importance because of the election of ex-President Fernando Collor de Mello, impeached in 1992, who made his comeback in national politics as a Senator. However, in 2007 De Mello left PRTB and switched to the Brazilian Labour Party.
The party candidated its leader Levy Fidelix in the Brazilian general election of 2010. Fidelix obtained 0,06% of votes.
During Brazilian general election, 2014 the parties leader and candidate Levy Fidelix during a debate made a statement that homosexuals “need psychological care” and were better kept “well away from [the rest of] us. He also said that Brazil’s population of 200 million would be reduced by half if homosexuality were encouraged because “the excretory system” does not function as a means of reproduction. Fidelix obtained 0,43% of votes.
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- "ELEIÇÕES 2006 – PRB confirma Alencar como vice e PCB apóia Heloísa Helena" (in Portuguese). Empresa Brasil de Comunicação. 26 June 2006. Retrieved 15 December 2014.
27 - CD (DC)
| Numbers of Brazilian Official Political Parties
28 - BLRP (PRTB)
29 - LCP (PCO)
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