CHRISTIAN DEMOCRACY Towards 70 Years of Brazil Use of several illustrative images
THE CHRISTIAN DEMOCRACY IN THE WORLD Justice-Freedom-Solidarity A doctrine against the Nazism of Hitler, during the World War II.
1942 - Italy: Alcide De Gasperi establishes the Christian Democratic Party.
1945- Germany: Konrad Adenauer assumes the Presidency of CDU - Christian Democratic Union.
In the Post-war, the Christian Democracy consolidates itself as a Political Party in the reconstruction of great nations.
1945 - Prof. Cesarino Junior establishes in Brazil at the Municipal Theater of São Paulo, PDC- Christian Democratic Party. Professor of Law (USP) - Medicine (PUC) - Economy (USP)
1945 - Tristão de Ataide: Important role in the Christian Democratic Party program formulation. Literary Critic-Professor-Writer- Brazilian Catholic Leader Member of Brazilian Academy of Letters.
Clique para editar os estilos do texto mestre Segundo nível Terceiro nível Quarto nível Quinto nível 1946 - National Constituent Assembly 2 Congressman of the Christian Democracy participate as Constituents: Manuel Vitor - PDC São Paulo and Monsignor Arruda Câmara – PDC Pernambuco
PDC São Paulo – Jânio Quadros 1948 - Takes the seat at the municipal chamber of São Paulo. 1950 - Elected State Representative Elected by other party : Mayor and Governor of São Paulo 1960 - President of Republic.
1950- Councilman – Municipal Chamber of São Paulo 1955- State Representative 1959- Congressaman 1961- Minister of Labor 1963- Congressaman After, elected by other party : Senator and Governor of São Paulo. PDC São Paulo – Franco Montoro.
1962 - PDC São Paulo Franco Montoro, one of the artifice of Parliamentarism in Brazil, created the FGTS for workers.
1962 - José Maria Eymael, university leader and Head of JOC ( Catholic Youth Worker ) join the Christian Democratic Youth in Porto Alegre - RS. PDC - Rio Grande do Sul
1963 - EYMAEL, elected Member of the Advisory Council of PDC - Porto Alegre - Rio Grande do Sul. Has affirmed at a meeting of the Directory: ``The need to build up our political ideas, real flags !`` (24-1- 63 – book ata No 3 pág 8)
1963 - Eymael graduated in Law at PUC – Rio Grande do Sul Receives from Paul Brossard, the award of 1st Place in his class.
1980 – In São Paulo, Eymael, during the Military Regime, as a President Of ABEOC, starting his political leadership in the state, manifested by direct elections in Brazil, in open Letter to President Joao Figueiredo, emphasizing: ``Stay with Brazilians, President! Stay with the History, President! Stay with the Direct Elections, President.” ABEOC - Brazilian Association of Organizers Congresses and Conventions.
Congressman and Minister Queiroz Filho- São Paulo State Representative Nelson Marchezan – Rio G.do Sul Gov. Ney Braga and Congressman, and Gov. José Richa – Paraná Congressman Constituent (1946) Mons. Arruda Câmara - Pernambuco 1945 – 1965 Some Political Personalities of Christian Democracy in Brazil
1964 - Installed, in Brazil, the Military Regime.
1965 - Institutional Act Nº.2- Extinction of the 13 existing parties, including PDC. Establishment, in Brazil, the Bipartisanship: Arena and MDB
1979 - Restored the Multiparty system in Brazil. Today there are about 30 Political Parties.
1985 - PDC - Christian Democratic Party is reborn in Brazil
State President of PDC - São Paulo Dr. José Maria Eymael 1985 – Refounder and National President of PDC - Dr. Jorge Coelho de Sá
1985 - Eymael – Running for Mayor of São Paulo, mission: To give visibility to the return of Christian Democracy, after 20 years of absence.
1990 - Eymael - Reelected Congressman – São Paulo. 1994 - Eymael – Received from Rabbi Henry Sobel the recognition of Jewish People or demonstration of solidarity with the attack in Argentina.
1986: Elections - PDC 5 Federal Constituent Deputies: José Maria Eymael- São Paulo, Paulo Roberto Cunha- Goiás Roberto Balestra - Goiás, Siqueira Campos - Goiás, Sotero Cunha – Rio de Janeiro.
1986 - Performance of Constituent Congressman José Maria Eymael
Brazil- A Christian Democratic Country In the Brazilian Constitution, there are proposals defended and approved Proposals by the Constituent Jose Maria Eymael, one of the 15 of 559 Constituents, with the the highest Number of proposals Approved: 145
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians WORKERS (Art 7º - Inc. XXI) Prior notice to proportional service time, according to the law and a minimum of 30 days.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians RETIRED (Art 153- § 2º Inc II) Exemption from payment of Income Tax to all retired, over 65 years old. (Item subsequently repealed and replaced by infra constitutional legislation Which set limits waiver )
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians WOMEN (Art. 7º - Inc. XX) Incentives for the protection of woman's labor market.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians STATUTE OF THE TAXPAYER (Title VI - Cap. 1- Section II) The creation of a specific section in the Constitution to group the principles of defense of the taxpayer.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians TAXPAYER PROTECTION (Art. 150 - Inc. IV) No tribute can be effect of forfeiture.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians POPULAR ECONOMICS (Art. 155 § 2o – Inc. III) Possibility of lower tax (ICMS) for essential products such as basic food basket.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians ADMINISTRATIVE MORALITY (Art. 17- ADCT) Reduction of the retirement pension or remuneration received by public officials above the constitutional limit, not fitting to evoke acquired right to keep abuses.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians SMALL BUSINESS (Art. 179) Obligation of municipalities give tax treatment encouraged small businesses.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians COMPLEMENTARY LAW FOR COMPULSORY LOAN APPROVAL (Art. 148 Caput ) Requirement for approval of the compulsory loan by an absolute majority of Congress. This achievement has prevented compulsory loans on the taxpayer, which often occurred so far.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians SMALL RURAL PRODUCERS (Art. 153 § 4º - Inc. II) Non-payment of land tax.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians PEACE IN THE COUNTRYSIDE (Art. 185 – Inc. I) Prohibition of expropriation for agrarian land reform of small farmers.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians WRIT OF MANDATE (Art. 5º- Inc. LXIX) Possibility of applying against legal people acts in the exercise of public function.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians ENVIRONMENT (Art. 225 Caput) Nature is a common heritage of all men, and it is incumbent upon each one the right to enjoy it without damage and require the State protect it.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians TOURISM (Art. 180) Obligation of Municipalities, States and Union to develop and promote tourism as a factor of economic and social development.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians SOLIDARITY IN THE FAMILY (Art. 229) Children of age have a duty to support their parents in old age, in need or in sickness.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians DISABLED (Art. 227- § 1º- Inc. II) The Government has the duty to garantee to all handicapped effectively conditions to be fully realized as a citizen.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians EDUCATION (Art. 213 - § 1º) Possibility of using public funds to grant scholarships to economically disadvantaged students. It is also this achievement that provides, today, the access of these students to PROUNI – “University or All” Program.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians GOD The defense of the permanence of God's name in the preamble of the Constitution.
Achievements that are now part of the daily life of Brazilians Free, Fair and Solidarity Model of society to be built by Brazilians. (Art. 3 Inc. I of the Federal Constitution)
CELEBRATION OF 20 YEARS OF CONSTITUENT ON FEDERAL TV CAMERA: Eymael is selected among the 559 constituents as the icon of defense of workers. A special program was presented with an interview with him and one documentary of his historical moments in the defense of workers on the National Congress.
Book: The Mind Of Congress - Who are the minds behind the Constitucional Revision Publicada em 1993 - DIAP Departamento Intersindical de Assessoria Parlamentar Eymael referenced by DIAP as one of the twelve most influential legislators in Congress
1993 - The National Executive of PDC, ignoring the Political Party Power, has approved, in National Convention, the PDC - PSD Fusion.
April 03 th, 1993 - Eymael tried, overnight, unsuccessfully, a injunction against the merger. At 9 a.m., Eymael by himself, joins the plenary of Congress to follow the Christian Democracy up to the end!
At 3 p.m., Eymael writes: ``I watch, at this moment, at 3p.m. of April 03, 1993, lonely, the great, sad and solitary agony of Christian Democracy of Christian Democratic Party, in our country. In 1965, it was the cold hand of Military Regime that denied his existence. Today, 1993, it is their own leaders that today cut his existence when they would have the power to perpetuate it.
The Christian Democracy is reborn! March 30, 1995: Eymael and more 114 fellows establish PSDC – Social Christian Democratic Party.
MANIFESTO OF PSDC FOUNDATION CONCLUSION: `` And their founders of now and all those that, for him, come with the future, excited about the same ideals, will make the CSDP - Social Christian Democratic Party, a perennial instrument of the Nation that will follow it forever.``
Connections of Christian Democracy in Brazil Cesarino Junior-Franco Montoro- José Maria Eymael All of us, Leaders and Militaries, have three huge and great responsibilities through the Social Christian Democracy, in Brazil: We are the inheritor of their history! We are the warrior of their present! We are the constructors of their future.
1998 - Eymael is nominated by The National Executive for Presidential Election Dispute. Mission: Reconstruct the Brazilian Christian Democracy.
2006 – Eymael fulfills the second party mission to consolidate the National Christian Democracy on Presidential Campaign.
2010 - Eymael is acclaimed, in National Convention of PSDC, candidate for the Presidency of Republic, which slogan of campaign is: Dignity, the Brand of a Life!
2010 : At 65 years of Brazil, the Christian Democracy presents, in the Presidential Campaign of 2010, on Radio and TV Network, an advanced social program, and proposes the creation of the Family Ministry.
2010 – Created in Brazil, the Woman PSDC, today, a national party strength, with Presidents throughout every States and Municipalities.
2010 – National President of Woman PSDC,Councilwoman Sandra Gomes – Espírito Santo.
2011 - The Woman PSDC launches National Campaign for the creation of the Family Ministry by the Federal Government. Goal: 1 million signatures. Details of Campaign: psdc.org.br Facebook: PSDC nacional
2010 – Events of Woman PSDC are performed throughout all country and transmitted live via the internet - TV 27 and TV 27 Woman.
The Brazilian Christian Democracy, presents in 27 states and in 2000 cities, towards 200.000 members, joins the the worldwide Christian Democracy, interacting with Parties, Organizations and Entities that congregate our party doctrine in all continents. 2012- International PSDC
World Leaders of Christian Democracy at all times.
José Maria Eymael National President of PSDC National Vice President of Northeast Region Joanilson de Paula Rego National Vice President of North Region Roberto Lopes National Vice President of East Center Region Ademar Borges National Vice President of South/ Southeast Region Alessandro Marques Vice National President of National Movements Josmar Alderete National Superintendency of Controls Luis Carlos Amorim
President PSDC State - Bahia Antonio Albino President PSDC State Ceará Dep. Est. Ely Aguiar President PSDC State – Paraiba Ver. João Corujinha President PSDC State-Pernambuco Geraldo Queirós President PSDC State - Maranhão Antonio Aragão Vice National President Region Northeast and President State Rio Grande do Norte Joanilson de Paula Rêgo President PSDC State- Alagoas Eudo Freire President PSDC State - Sergipe Alberto Barreto Filho
President PSDC State - Amazonas Cicero Alencar President PSDC State - Pará Abraão Benassuly President PSDC State - Rondonia Edgar do Boi President PSDC State - Amapá Emanuel Silva Vice National President of North Region Presidente Estado - Roraima Roberto Lopes President PSDC State - Acre José Afonso
President PSDC State - Mato Grosso Josmar Alderete President PSDC State - Mato Grosso do Sul Elizeu Amarilha President PSDC State - Tocantins Adail Carvalho National Vice President of Center East region Presidente Estado - Goiás Ademar Borges President PSDC Federal District Silvana Reis
President PSDC State - Minas Gerais Ver. Irineu Inacio President PSDC State - Paraná Luiz Adão President PSDC State - Rio Grande do Sul Luis Carlos Prates National Vice President of South/ Southeast Region Alessandro Marques President PSDC State - Espírito Santo Gilson Gomes President PSDC State - São Paulo José Maria Eymael President PSDC State - Rio de Janeiro Dep. Joâo Peixoto President PSDC State - Sta. Catarina Antonio Carlos Costa
José Maria Eymael National President of PSDC Brazil
Communications Rubens Pavão – International Executive Member- PSDC Brazil – firstname.lastname@example.org
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