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On the day that Brazil’s Bicentennial of Independence is celebrated, most presidential candidates have agendas for events related to September 7th. Check out the agendas of candidates for the Presidency of the Republic this Wednesday (7):See the agenda of presidential candidates this Wednesday (7/9)

Ciro Gomes (PDT): in Mariana (MG), he has a meeting with Archbishop Dom Ailton José dos Santos, in the Archdiocese of Mariana, at 10 am. In Ouro Preto (MG), he follows the movements on September 7th and goes live on CiroTV throughout the afternoon.

Eymael Constituent (DC): Meets with the campaign team in the morning.

Felipe D’Ávila (New): has an agenda in São Paulo (SP), in the afternoon. He makes a pamphlet at 3 pm in the Parque da Independência and takes part, at 4 pm, in the reopening ceremony of the Ipiranga Museum.

Jair Bolsonaro (PL): did not disclose its schedule.

Leo Pericles (UP): participates in the Grito dos Excluídos, in Praça da Sé, at 10 am, in São Paulo (SP).

Lula (PT): will not have a campaign agenda.

Pablo Marcal (Pros): did not disclose its schedule.

Father Kelmon (PTB): did not disclose its schedule.

Simone Tebet (MDB): in Jaguariúna (SP), visit Fazenda da Barra at 10 am and the Municipal Environmental Education Center (Cema) at 11 am.

Sofia Manzano (PCB): participates, at 10 am, in the Grito dos Excluídos, on the corner of Rua Presidente Vargas and Uruguaiana, in Rio de Janeiro (RJ)

Soraya Thronicke (Union): in the morning, in Embu das Artes (SP), he walks and walks face to face with voters at Parque Francisco Rizzo, in addition to visiting the city’s handicraft fair at 9 am. In the afternoon, in São Paulo (SP), visit the new Ipiranga Museum, at 4 pm. At night, there is a meeting with young people to discuss the theme “Democracy and Freedom”, at the campaign committee in São Paulo, at 18:00.

Vera Lucia (PSTU): participates, at 9 am, in Grito dos Excluídos, in Praça da Sé, in São Paulo (SP). At 19:00, participate in live about Independence in their social networks.

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