The Humanist Party is a political party in Brazil and is a member of the Humanist International.

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  • The Humanist Party is a political party in Brazil and is a member of the Humanist International. (en)
  • The Humanist Party (Portuguese: Partido Humanista) was a political party in Brazil. Founded on July 9, 1985, it launched the candidacies of Ana Rosa Tenente in the municipal election of São Paulo and Lincoln Sobral in Rio de Janeiro. In Florianópolis, , Curitiba and Belo Horizonte, the PH also launched candidates for mayor, but did not win. In São Paulo, Tenente came in fifth place, with 45,075 votes, while Sobral was the eleventh in the election in the state capital, raising 12,769 votes. After the election, dissent marked the trajectory of the party: in January 1986, Marco Antônio Costa, candidate for deputy mayor on Sobral's ticket, accused the PH of being a "sect", but the president of the directory in Rio de Janeiro, Douglas Cardoso, denied the accusations in an interview with Jornal do Brasil, classifying the statements of Marco Antônio as "a hallucinogenic delirium". In the 1986 elections, the PH teamed up with several candidates for government, in addition to launching their own candidacies: in São Paulo, Teotônio Simões was the party's candidate for state government (receiving 250,657 votes), while Luiz Jaime Faria ran for one of the state's vacancies in the Federal Senate (receiving 159,878 votes); in Rio de Janeiro, Mauro Sérgio Dias ran for a senate seat, obtaining only 29,898 votes. The PH was dissolved on May 5, 1988, due to lack of registration. Even so, they ran in municipal elections, again with Lincoln Sobral vying for mayor of Rio de Janeiro (receiving 9,822 votes) and Marco Antônio Barbosa Caldas ran for mayor of São Paulo, placing eighth among 14 candidates. During its run, the party used TSE Identification Number 19. (en)
  • The Humanist Party (Portuguese: Partido Humanista) was a political party in Brazil. Founded on July 9, 1985, it launched the candidacies of Ana Rosa Tenente in the municipal election of São Paulo and Lincoln Sobral in Rio de Janeiro. In Florianópolis, Salvador, Curitiba and Belo Horizonte, the PH also launched candidates for mayor, but did not win. In São Paulo, Tenente came in fifth place, with 45,075 votes, while Sobral was the eleventh in the election in the state capital, raising 12,769 votes. After the election, dissent marked the trajectory of the party: in January 1986, Marco Antônio Costa, candidate for deputy mayor on Sobral's ticket, accused the PH of being a "sect", but the president of the directory in Rio de Janeiro, Douglas Cardoso, denied the accusations in an interview with Jornal do Brasil, classifying the statements of Marco Antônio as "a hallucinogenic delirium". In the 1986 elections, the PH teamed up with several candidates for government, in addition to launching their own candidacies: in São Paulo, Teotônio Simões was the party's candidate for state government (receiving 250,657 votes), while Luiz Jaime Faria ran for one of the state's vacancies in the Federal Senate (receiving 159,878 votes); in Rio de Janeiro, Mauro Sérgio Dias ran for a senate seat, obtaining only 29,898 votes. The PH was dissolved on May 5, 1988, due to lack of registration. Even so, they ran in municipal elections, again with Lincoln Sobral vying for mayor of Rio de Janeiro (receiving 9,822 votes) and Marco Antônio Barbosa Caldas ran for mayor of São Paulo, placing eighth among 14 candidates. During its run, the party used TSE Identification Number 19. (en)
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  • The Humanist Party is a political party in Brazil and is a member of the Humanist International. (en)
  • The Humanist Party (Portuguese: Partido Humanista) was a political party in Brazil. Founded on July 9, 1985, it launched the candidacies of Ana Rosa Tenente in the municipal election of São Paulo and Lincoln Sobral in Rio de Janeiro. In Florianópolis, , Curitiba and Belo Horizonte, the PH also launched candidates for mayor, but did not win. During its run, the party used TSE Identification Number 19. (en)
  • The Humanist Party (Portuguese: Partido Humanista) was a political party in Brazil. Founded on July 9, 1985, it launched the candidacies of Ana Rosa Tenente in the municipal election of São Paulo and Lincoln Sobral in Rio de Janeiro. In Florianópolis, Salvador, Curitiba and Belo Horizonte, the PH also launched candidates for mayor, but did not win. During its run, the party used TSE Identification Number 19. (en)
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  • Humanist Party (Brazil) (en)
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