A year of Crivella, and the crossroads of Rio de Janeiro

Crivella só cumpre nove das 54 promessas de campanhaThe state and the city of Rio pass through a serious crisis and the anniversary of the administration of the bishop Marcelo Crivella shows that the city comes to a crossroads that can be even worse for the population, which can deceive with the lousy government that has been done by the current authorized representative.

The survey by O Globo newspaper shows that the bishop only fulfilled nine of the 54 promises that made (and signed) during the campaign. No matter what the reasons (official or not) for this bad performance, there are two probable consequences that should be felt in the next elections. A good – not to the election of anyone connected to the churches – and the other poor – the election of some idealist of the left, which does not have the conditions to make a government at least minimally decent.

The ideals may be different, but the illusion that who was out it is better that the person who is in government is, as I said, illusion. The errors could be different, but the terrible outcome would be, very probably, equal. This conclusion is far from a collision left x right. Is based only on the programs and promises made by the candidates that reached the second round in the last municipal elections.

The country, the state and the city are divided. The indexes of rejection will always be great and those that are of the situation, as well as those who are of the opposition, will always have arguments to defend or attack whoever is in the chair of the governing body.

I do not know who will be candidates for the office of the governor, but I hope that will be (much) better than the two that reached the second round of the contest hall, and that forced me (for the first time in life) to leave the vote blank.

I do not know who will be candidates for the office of the governor, but I hope that will be (much) better than the two that reached the second round of the contest hall, and that forced me (for the first time in life) to leave the vote blank.

Translated by Yandex.Translate and Global Translator

More

Leave a reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your data comments are processed.