Lula tries to save the government with alliance with opposition party
Monday, June 27, 2005
In an attempt to save his government, Lula is negotiating an alliance with the Party of the Brazilian Democratic Movement (PMDB). Lula said that he will reform his ministry and it is expected that some politicians of the PMDB become ministers. There is not a general consensus about this alliance. Some governors and parliamentarians of PMDB are against it.
The President of PMDB, Michel Temer, said that he will listen to his colleagues before taking a decision.
- "Governadores vetam acordo com Lula" — , 26 de Junho de 2005
- Cida Fontes. "Lula diz que precisa do PMDB para superar crise, afirma Temer" — , 24 de Junho de 2005
- Iolando Lourenço. "Lula convida PMDB para construir governo de coalizão, diz Mercadante" — , 24 de Junho de 2005
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