The governor of Ceará stated that he will fight ‘until the last moment’ so that there is a rapprochement and the construction of an alliance for next year’s election
The governor of Ceará, Camilo Santana (PT), said he believes in a possible union between Lula e Ciro Gomes (PDT) for the 2022 elections. The statement was made in an exclusive interview to the new program of the Young Pan News Fortaleza, the Jornal da Manhã Interview. To the presenter Patrícia Calderón, the governor said he is proud to have promoted the meeting between the presidential candidates. “I would even say that the two have more convergences than divergences, I know that they both have a great responsibility to Brazil. Both President Lula, who was a great president, and Ciro, who is an extraordinary person, one of the smartest people I know in this country. People have no hope of that, but I will fight until the last moment so that we can approach and build an alliance at the national level in next year’s elections”, he said. Camilo Santana asserts himself as a conciliatory politician, because in Ceará, according to him, there is already an alliance of some years between PT it’s the PDT.
About his own political future, Santana evaluates the possibility of an election for the Federal Senate. The governor also spoke about the Covid-19 pandemic and stated that national leadership was lacking. “What was the big problem we faced in Brazil? It was the lack of national coordination, there was no national leadership to coordinate this process. The largest health authority in Brazil, which is the Ministry of Health, did not efficiently coordinate throughout this pandemic. Unfortunately, there was a mistake and it has been a mistake to lead the highest authority in the country, denying the pandemic, denying the vaccine“, said. The complete interview with the governor of Ceará can be followed in Prime Time Zone News Fortaleza. Run by journalist Patrícia Calderón, in addition to the radio, the program can be seen on video on the broadcaster’s digital platforms, as well as a podcast.
*With information from reporter Fernando Martins