Socialist Party reported that package with six bills defended by the ex-candidate for mayor will be launched on Wednesday, 23, in the City Council
In a clear message of opposition to the current mayor of São Paulo, Bruno Covas (PSDB-SP), The Socialism and Freedom Party (PSOL) promises to launch this Wednesday, the 24th, “Agenda Boulos”, a package with six bills proposed by the ex-candidate for mayor during his election campaign in 2020. “The package will consist of six bills aimed at areas of Housing, Transportation, Health, Education, Income and Employment ”, said the party councilman, Professor Toninho Vespoli, in a publication on social networks. According to the party, the proposals will be presented by the socialist municipal bench.
In the 2020 elections, PSOL tripled the number of candidates elected in the São Paulo Chamber, from two to six. Of these, two are formed by collective mandates, which count on the figure of co-councilors, the “Feminist Bench” and the “Quilombo Periférico”. In addition to the groups, the party is represented by councilors Érika Hilton and Luana Alves and councilors Celso Giannazi and Toninho Vespoli. The name “Agenda Boulos” gives a clear sign that the candidate is posing as a prominent figure of the left for the year 2022, four years after trying to win the presidency and winning 617 thousand votes. In the 2020 municipal election, the candidate went to the second round against Covas and lost with 2.6 million votes. In social networks, the representative of the Movement of Homeless Workers (MTST) accumulates criticism against the municipal and state management of São Paulo, as well as against the federal government.