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But the cupola of the PMDB already was seting an agreement with politicians grumblers of the PDS. Thus keeping the same old rules that had been kept, the president would be elect indirectly for the electoral College, was a scaffolding that always gave victory to the government happens that the official candidate of the PDS, Mr. Pablo Maluf was with its image total denigrated because of its linking with the podrido of the military regimen, much politicians of the PDS had perceived that it did not give for Maluf. In this period it was having a great popular mobilization the young were wanting the direct elections. However, with defeat of the emendation it was a cold water bath for the population. Plus coalition of parties of opposition congregated in the Democratic Alliance it chose Tancredo Snows to be its representative. In 15 of January of 1985 Tancredo Snows she was elect President for the College Eleitoral and Jose Sarney as its vice one, representing the party of the opposition and defeating Pablo Maluf, of right. in the eve to the same take ownership in 14 of March of year, the politician was interned in serious state in the hospital and the vice-president Jose Sarney assumed the position.

Tancredo snows made career in the PDS next to the oligarchies mineiras.foi minister of the justice of Getlio Vargas and was in the MDB. Moderate, it never has serious attritions with the military regimen was one skillful politician, but that never if he bound to no popular fight, it turned rescuer our native land giving an end in the Military Regimen that haunted the country for 21anos. more the destination was ironic when it irai to take Tancredo ownership falece in day 21 of April of 1985, giving to beginning more a chapter of the day of the redemocratizao in Brazil with the government of Jose Sarney.

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