Vana Rousseff Far

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Edson Silva Ilma Mrs. Dilma Vana Rousseff Far from me, with the heading of this letter/article, fondness to be badly jinx for its excellent campaign, since, in interview to the Periodical of the Globe, you we were transparent the dose of typical superstition in almost all Brazilian, when saying that of bad luck to seat before in the chair the position which is concurring. In the occasion it cited, without saying you name, the former-president. Who does not remember the FHC posando in the chair of mayor of So Paulo, which would be busy for Jnio Picture? Beyond an accomplishment desire, this letter/article is gratefulness. Recently, as I make time or another one, in a releitura of the workmanships of the biggest Brazilian revolutionary poet, Geraldo Vandr (that by the way it will complete 75 years in 12 of September) I came across with verses of ' ' Cantiga Brava' ' , specifically with last estrofes that they say: ' ' What I am never I never hid Advantage I counted Much fight already I lost Much hope I spent Until fear already I felt and was not a little be not But, to run away, never I ran away Never I abandoned mine cho' ' It did not have as not to associate with the biography Mrs., who still young student did not hesitate in fighting for what she believes, for the freedom of our country. I only had two years in 64 when he had the Military Blow.

He enters the years of 68 and 72, that they had been hardest of the censorship and the repression, I was between the six and ten years and nothing he could understand of the fight that Mrs. and other people of courage, such as ours ' ' Joss' ' (Dirceu and Genoino) they made in search of the right sovereign to the freedom. I was to a bit know more than this to the 22 years, in 1984, studying Journalism in the Puc-Campinas and giving the contribution in the walks of the Direct ones Already, making ' ' the fight here in the soil, of berth not! ' ' The dream of the free native land, fecundado in its generation and watered in communion with others, we conquer with the return of free and general elections.

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