The Labour Party of Brazil (Partido Trabalhista do Brasil, PTdoB) is a tiny populist-centristBrazilian political party. Look up Populism in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... In politics, centrism usually refers to the political ideal of promoting moderate policies which land in the middle ground between different political extremes. ... This article lists political parties in Brazil. ...
It was founded in 1989 by dissidents of the Brazilian Labour Party and is a much minor force in Brazilian politics. In brasilian General Elections in 2006 the party elected one representant in Federal Chamber, and had 0,3% of the national votes to Legislative (311,000 votes). In 1994 Presidencial elections had a candidate, João de Deus Barbosa, and had 200,000 votes (0,2%). They controll some local concilliours, and the local government in 20 small cities in Brazil. The Brazilian Labour Party (PTB) (Partido Trabalhista Brasileiro) is a right-wing political party based on clientelism that arose in Brazil in 1945 and today forms part of President Luiz InÃ¡cio Lula da Silvas government. ...
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