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Ana Maria Rangel Biography

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Ana Maria Rangel (Rio de Janeiro, 21 de maio de 1957) é uma cientista política brasileira, que foi candidata à Presidência da República Federativa do Brasil em 2006 pelo Partido Republicano Progressista (PRP).

 

Ana Maria Rangel teve uma campanha com várias controvérsias: o TSE tinha aprovado a sua candidatura, mas ela lançou-se candidata contra a vontade do presidente do partido, que chegou a pedir a sua expulsão. A candidata chegou até a denunciar o próprio presidente do seu partido, alegando que este estaria disposto a liberar a sua candidatura somente mediante pagamento de determinado valor em dinheiro. Sua propaganda no horário eleitoral somente chegou a ser veiculada várias semanas depois dos concorrentes, e resumiu-se a fazer apenas uma breve apresentação pessoal sua, sem apresentar propostas ou críticas a outros candidatos.

 

Apesar disso, ficou em quinto lugar nas eleições, posição que representa o primeiro lugar entre os candidatos de partidos "nanicos", perdendo apenas para os candidatos do PT, PSDB, PSOL e PDT, os quais dispunham de muito mais tempo no horário eleitoral.

 

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Ana Maria Rangel (Rio de Janeiro, May 21, 1957) is a Brazilian politician and was the Progressive Republican Party presidential candidate in 2006. Rangel was, alongside Heloísa Helena, the first female candidate to run for President of Brazil. She had no political background other than completing a major in political science.

 

Ana Maria Rangel ran a controversial presidential campaign. The TSE approved her candidacy days short of the deadline and she was not able to actively promote her campaign while the TSE was holding various hearings to determine whether or not she would be allowed to run.

 

Problems arose when she had TV Globo (Largest Television station in Brasil), secretly film her being bribed 10 million reais to be allowed to be the party's presidential candidate. After the story aired on national TV, the party began attempting to nullify her candidacy claiming she "is destroying the image of the party". Though she only meant to denounce corruption, she was suffering many difficulties in approving her candidacy.

 

She ended up in fifth place in the elections, losing to the candidates of the PT, PSDB, P-SOL and PDT, respectively.

 

Ana Maria Rangel was the first female candidate to run for President of Brazil, moreover with another female on her ticket. She had no political background other than completing a major in political science.

 

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October 12, 2010

updated: 2013-02-01

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