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Brazil PSDB party president acts as a “tightrope walker” in the dispute between Eduardo Leite and João Doria

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Since its foundation, in 1988, division has been a PSDB party trademark. The first process of previas to choose the party's candidate for the Presidency of the Republic gave back national projection to the legend, but also reinforced the toucan characteristic, becoming a threat to the internal unity.

The primaries gained superlative levels of tension and put the former federal deputy Bruno Araújo, 49 years old, president of the acronym, in a position of "equilibrist" in the clash between governors João Doria (SP) and Eduardo Leite (RS).

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