About 80 buses provided by the president of the São Paulo City Council, Milton Leite (União Brasil), ensured the presence of the public at the convention that formalized the presidential candidacy of Soraya Thronicke, this Friday (5).
Together, they brought around 3,000 people who filled the convention center in the capital where the event took place.
Most came from the south zone, the electoral stronghold of Leite and his two sons, federal deputy Alexandre Leite and state deputy Milton Leite Filho. Posters with family photos were more prominent than images of Soraya herself at the convention.
The audience also chanted Milton’s name at all times, who was the most applauded at the meeting.
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