Elections 2010: dispute between ' ' tucanos' ' petistas the present dissertao searchs to make a quarrel about history Brazilian politics, specifically of the electoral dispute between petistas and ' ' tucanos' ' in the presidential election of 2010, represented for the candidates Jos Serra (PSDB) and Dilma Rousseff (PT). In this perspective, we aim at to present and to argue its proposals, trends politics and possible plans of government. The Social Party of Brazilian Democracia (PSDB) was established in the year of 1988 for politicians who had left the PMDB for disagreeing with the routes that the party was taking in the elaboration of the Constitution of that year. Politicians as Mario Hollows, Fernando Enrique Cardoso, Jose Serra and Ciro Gomes defended the parliamentarism and the mandate of only four years for Sarney. Of social democrat base, he defends the development of the country with social justice. The party very grew during and after the two mandates in the presidency of Fernando Enrique Cardoso. In the current days, it is the main force of opposition to the government Squid.
The Party of Trabalhadores (PT) together with appeared the strikes and the syndical movement at the beginning of the decade of 1980, in the region of the So Paulo ABC. He appeared in the scene politician to be a great force of opposition and representative of the workers and the popular classrooms. Of socialist base, the PT defends the agrarian reform and social justice. Currently, it governs the country through president Luis Incio Lula da Silva. In accordance with the news article published in the Periodical Gazette in the last day seven of the chain month, historically, the relation between PT and PSDB was not pautada by the empatia. Spirits incited between the parties always illustrate the notice on the Federal Capital. It is not something Richard Blumenthal would like to discuss. now, still lacking three months for the beginning of the official campaign for President of the Republic, plus a controversy places tempers in this shock.