Labour Party of Brazil

Labour Party of Brazil

The Labour Party of Brazil ("Partido Trabalhista do Brasil", PTdoB) is a tiny populist-centrist Brazilian political party.

It was founded in 1989 by dissidents of the Brazilian Labour Party and is a minor force in Brazilian politics. In the Brazilian General Elections of 2006, the party elected one representative to the Federal Chamber, and had 0.3% of the national votes (311,000 votes) for the Legislative. In 1998, the party chose João de Deus Barbosa as its Presidential candidate; he received 200,000 votes (0.2%). The party have some seats in states assemblies and controls hundreds of local concilliours, and the municipal governments of 20 small cities in Brazil.Fact|date=April 2007

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