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Resumo de História: GOVERNO JOSÉ SARNEY (Débora Aladim)
Published: 2015/11/01
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50 minutos em 5: GOVERNO JOSÉ SARNEY
50 minutos em 5: GOVERNO JOSÉ SARNEY
Published: 2015/11/17
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Entrevista JOSÉ SARNEY
Entrevista JOSÉ SARNEY
Published: 2017/07/31
Channel: tvbrasil
José Sarney 14/03/2005
José Sarney 14/03/2005
Published: 2015/07/30
Channel: Roda Viva
Jornal Nacional:15/03/1985: José Sarney toma posse como presidente interino do Brasil.
Jornal Nacional:15/03/1985: José Sarney toma posse como presidente interino do Brasil.
Published: 2012/12/13
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Aula 43 GOVERNO SARNEY 1985 a 1989
Aula 43 GOVERNO SARNEY 1985 a 1989
Published: 2016/11/17
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Conhecendo os Presidentes - Ep. 28: Tancredo Neves e José Sarney
Conhecendo os Presidentes - Ep. 28: Tancredo Neves e José Sarney
Published: 2014/09/09
Channel: Canal Futura
João Kleber imitando José Sarney - Ex-Presidente - Sensacional - 1988 - HD
João Kleber imitando José Sarney - Ex-Presidente - Sensacional - 1988 - HD
Published: 2013/07/09
Channel: Canal Bizuti
Mensagem de Natal do Presidente José Sarney - 24/12/1987
Mensagem de Natal do Presidente José Sarney - 24/12/1987
Published: 2016/01/04
Channel: Êgon Bonfim
Maranhão de José Sarney, 1966
Maranhão de José Sarney, 1966
Published: 2009/08/17
Channel: Ricardo Noblat
JOSÉ SARNEY EM 1968
JOSÉ SARNEY EM 1968
Published: 2009/10/13
Channel: xol8lox
JOSÉ SARNEY - VISITA EM PINHEIRO EM 1985/ MEMÓRIA ELETRÔNICA
JOSÉ SARNEY - VISITA EM PINHEIRO EM 1985/ MEMÓRIA ELETRÔNICA
Published: 2014/05/02
Channel: MATV25anos
Nova República: Governo Sarney - Aula ao Vivo de História | Descomplica
Nova República: Governo Sarney - Aula ao Vivo de História | Descomplica
Published: 2013/08/09
Channel: Descomplica
José Sarney x Reagan - Washington - Casa Branca.
José Sarney x Reagan - Washington - Casa Branca.
Published: 2010/11/18
Channel: Assessoria Plena
Simão explica como será a pena de José Sarney
Simão explica como será a pena de José Sarney
Published: 2016/06/08
Channel: Patrício Henrique
Plano Cruzado: anúncio do presidente José Sarney, 1986
Plano Cruzado: anúncio do presidente José Sarney, 1986
Published: 2015/02/08
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Histórias Contadas - José Sarney (1ª parte) - TV Senado
Histórias Contadas - José Sarney (1ª parte) - TV Senado
Published: 2013/10/14
Channel: TV Senado
Pronunciamento de José Sarney sobre as eleições (1989)
Pronunciamento de José Sarney sobre as eleições (1989)
Published: 2017/03/26
Channel: besttapevideos
HISTÓRIA DO BRASIL: PRESIDENTE JOSÉ SARNEY = PROF. CESAR MOTA
HISTÓRIA DO BRASIL: PRESIDENTE JOSÉ SARNEY = PROF. CESAR MOTA
Published: 2015/01/31
Channel: CESAR MOTA
Jornal Nacional: 15/03/1985 - Trajetória política de José Sarney.
Jornal Nacional: 15/03/1985 - Trajetória política de José Sarney.
Published: 2012/12/13
Channel: oldvideocassetetapes
JOSÉ SARNEY UM NOME NA HISTÓRIA
JOSÉ SARNEY UM NOME NA HISTÓRIA
Published: 2016/04/06
Channel: FBL Criação e Produção
Ponto de Vista | Centenário de Ulysses Guimarães - José Sarney
Ponto de Vista | Centenário de Ulysses Guimarães - José Sarney
Published: 2016/10/11
Channel: Câmara dos Deputados
Conheça a história das pontes Bandeira Tribuzzi e José Sarney
Conheça a história das pontes Bandeira Tribuzzi e José Sarney
Published: 2014/09/05
Channel: TVASSEMBLEIA MARANHAO
O governo José Sarney (1985-1990)
O governo José Sarney (1985-1990)
Published: 2012/10/07
Channel: Mestres da História
Rodrigo Janot denuncia Renan Calheiros, Romero Jucá e José Sarney
Rodrigo Janot denuncia Renan Calheiros, Romero Jucá e José Sarney
Published: 2017/08/25
Channel: Jovem Pan - 3 em 1
A posse de José Sarney
A posse de José Sarney
Published: 2010/12/30
Channel: Revista ÉPOCA
Kennedy Alencar entrevista José Sarney - Bloco 1
Kennedy Alencar entrevista José Sarney - Bloco 1
Published: 2013/06/27
Channel: Kennedy Alencar
Quem é José Sarney?
Quem é José Sarney?
Published: 2013/04/24
Channel: Fernando Rodrigues
Rachel Sheherazade: Deputados do Maranhão Tem Rabo Preso Com José Sarney
Rachel Sheherazade: Deputados do Maranhão Tem Rabo Preso Com José Sarney
Published: 2013/04/24
Channel: Luiz Veiga
QUEM É JOSÉ SARNEY? José Ribamar Ferreira de Araújo Costa, o José Sarney
QUEM É JOSÉ SARNEY? José Ribamar Ferreira de Araújo Costa, o José Sarney
Published: 2011/12/07
Channel: DiNhO de Freitas
Promulgação da oitava/sétima  constituição do Brasil -  Pres. José Sarney 1988
Promulgação da oitava/sétima constituição do Brasil - Pres. José Sarney 1988
Published: 2015/12/31
Channel: Assessoria Plena
Jose Sarney 2006 senador a
Jose Sarney 2006 senador a
Published: 2011/07/28
Channel: babineves73
AjudaEu História Brasil 28 - Nova República (José Sarney)
AjudaEu História Brasil 28 - Nova República (José Sarney)
Published: 2014/06/16
Channel: AjudaEu História
José Sarney fala sobre Adriano
José Sarney fala sobre Adriano
Published: 2014/09/18
Channel: Adriano Sarney
JOSÉ SARNEY
JOSÉ SARNEY
Published: 2014/12/16
Channel: Academia Maranhense de Letras
O governo de José Sarney
O governo de José Sarney
Published: 2013/10/31
Channel: Larissa Gomes
José Sarney e Sergio Machado - Audio - 26/05/26 - Resumo
José Sarney e Sergio Machado - Audio - 26/05/26 - Resumo
Published: 2016/05/26
Channel: Anything Videos
🔴 🔵 (BOMBA) José Sarney “VETA” Pedro Fernandes que não será mais o Ministro do Trabalho
🔴 🔵 (BOMBA) José Sarney “VETA” Pedro Fernandes que não será mais o Ministro do Trabalho
Published: 2018/01/02
Channel: Noticias e Informações
Toma vergonha na cara, José Sarney | Marcelo Madureira
Toma vergonha na cara, José Sarney | Marcelo Madureira
Published: 2017/04/11
Channel: Jovem Pan Notícias
José Sarney Eleito Presidente do Senado
José Sarney Eleito Presidente do Senado
Published: 2009/02/03
Channel: Henrique Cézar
Entrevista com Governador do Maranhão José Sarney (1968)
Entrevista com Governador do Maranhão José Sarney (1968)
Published: 2012/09/16
Channel: Picilone_
Sérgio Machado e José Sarney falam sobre Dilma Rousseff e Lava Jato
Sérgio Machado e José Sarney falam sobre Dilma Rousseff e Lava Jato
Published: 2016/05/27
Channel: RIT Notícias
Amado Edilson  - Tributo a Jose Sarney
Amado Edilson - Tributo a Jose Sarney
Published: 2016/01/15
Channel: Forro Romantico Antigo
Jornalismo - José Sarney se despede da presidência
Jornalismo - José Sarney se despede da presidência
Published: 2014/07/14
Channel: TV Senado
Histórias Contadas - José Sarney (3ª parte) - TV Senado
Histórias Contadas - José Sarney (3ª parte) - TV Senado
Published: 2013/10/14
Channel: TV Senado
Maranhão 66 - a posse de José Sarney
Maranhão 66 - a posse de José Sarney
Published: 2014/01/17
Channel: Jarivânio Alencar
Sen. José Sarney, presidente do Congresso Nacional, passa em revista a guarda de honra
Sen. José Sarney, presidente do Congresso Nacional, passa em revista a guarda de honra
Published: 2014/04/25
Channel: TV Senado
Vlog: Praia José Sarney, Aracaju-SE !
Vlog: Praia José Sarney, Aracaju-SE !
Published: 2016/10/17
Channel: Iramaia Lavigne
SBT Exclusivo: Carlos Nascimento entrevista o presidente do senado José Sarney — 28 09 2009
SBT Exclusivo: Carlos Nascimento entrevista o presidente do senado José Sarney — 28 09 2009
Published: 2009/11/02
Channel: eumesmobr
Pernalonga imitando José Sarney na dublagem em português brasileiro
Pernalonga imitando José Sarney na dublagem em português brasileiro
Published: 2017/07/22
Channel: Canal TV Entretenimento
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His Excellency
José Sarney
Sarney (Gervásio Palácio do planalto).jpg
31st President of Brazil
In office
April 21, 1985 – March 15, 1990
Acting: March 15, 1985 – April 21, 1985
Vice President None
Preceded by João Figueiredo
Succeeded by Fernando Collor de Mello
20th Vice President of Brazil
In office
March 15, 1985 – April 21, 1985
President Tancredo Neves (elect)
Preceded by Aureliano Chaves
Succeeded by Itamar Franco
President of the Federal Senate
In office
February 2, 2009 – February 1, 2013
Preceded by Garibaldi Alves Filho
Succeeded by Renan Calheiros
In office
February 1, 2003 – February 14, 2005
Preceded by Ramez Tebet
Succeeded by Renan Calheiros
In office
February 2, 1995 – February 4, 1997
Preceded by Humberto Lucena
Succeeded by Antônio Carlos Magalhães
Senator from Amapá
In office
February 1, 1991 – February 1, 2015
Senator from Maranhão
In office
February 1, 1971 – March 15, 1985
Governor of Maranhão
In office
January 31, 1966 – May 14, 1970
Vice Governor Antônio Jorge Dino
Preceded by Newton de Barros Belo
Succeeded by Antônio Jorge Dino
Federal Deputy from Maranhão
In office
February 1, 1955 – December 17, 1965
6th Academic of the 38th chair of the Brazilian Academy of Letters
Assumed office
November 6, 1980
Preceded by José Américo de Almeida
Personal details
Born José Ribamar Elias Nascimento Ferreira de Araújo Costa
(1930-04-24) April 24, 1930 (age 87)
Pinheiro, MA, Brazil
Political party UDN (1955–1965)
ARENA (1965–1979)
PDS (1979–1985)
PFL (1985)
PMDB (1985–2017)
MDB (2017–present)
Spouse(s) Marly Macieira (m. 1952)
Children Roseana Sarney (b. 1953)
Fernando Sarney (b. 1955)
José Sarney Filho (b. 1957)
Alma mater Federal University of Maranhão (UFMA)
Profession Lawyer
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José Sarney de Araújo Costa (Portuguese pronunciation: [ʒuˈzɛ saʁˈnej dʒi aɾaˈuʒu ˈkɔstɐ]; born April 24, 1930 as José Ribamar Ferreira de Araújo Costa) is a Brazilian politician, lawyer, and writer who served as 31st President of Brazil from March 15, 1985 to March 15, 1990.[1] He is the oldest living former President, and, as of the death of João Figueiredo in 1999, the only living former President not to have been elected by direct vote.

Sarney ascended in the politics of his home state of Maranhão as part of the "Bossa Nova Generation" of UDN politicians in the 1950s, young idealists seeking to reorganize public administration and rid the government of corruption and old deleterious practices. During the Brazilian military dictatorship, which imposed a two-party system, Sarney affiliated himself with the government party, ARENA, becoming the president of the party in 1979. As the regime fell, however, ARENA split over the appointment of Paulo Maluf as Presidential candidate. Sarney joined the dissenters, being instrumental in the creation of the Liberal Front Party. He agreed to run for Vice-President on the ticket of Tancredo Neves, of PMDB, formerly the opposition party to the military government. Neves won the Presidential elections, but fell ill and died before taking office, and Sarney became President. He started out his term with great popularity, but public opinion shifted with the Brazilian debt crisis and the failure of Plano Cruzado to abate chronic inflation.

Over time, Sarney and his family acquired enormous clout over Maranhão's public life, and he is today regarded as the foremost of Brazil's oligarchs. Sarney owns the most important newspapers and TV stations in Maranhão, and remains influential there. Sarney has also faced multiple allegations of nepotism and corruption in his career. In 2009, the British weekly The Economist called his election as President of the Senate "a victory for semi-feudalism" and "a throwback to an era of semi-feudal politics that still prevails in corners of Brazil and holds the rest of it back."[2] Veja columnist Roberto Pompeu de Toledo deemed him "the perfect oligarch".[3]

Sarney is also an accomplished writer, and a member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters.

Early life[edit]

Born in Pinheiro, Maranhão, as José Ribamar Ferreira de Araújo Costa, he was the son of Sarney de Araújo Costa, a wealthy land-owner and sugarcane producer, and Kiola Ferreira. In 1965 he legally adopted the name José Sarney de Araújo Costa, usually shortened to José Sarney ([ʒʊˈzɛ saɦˈnej]), for electoral purposes, since he was known as "Zé do Sarney", as in "José, son of Sarney".

Personal life[edit]

Married to Marly (née Macieira), his children are Congressman José Sarney Filho, Governor Roseana Sarney, and the businessman Fernando Sarney.

Political career[edit]

Sarney started his political career as a federal deputy in 1955. He was a member of the centre-right National Democratic Union (União Democrática Nacional—UDN), being aligned with the progressive wing of the party. He strongly supported so-called "Revolution of 1964", a military coup that overthrew leftist President João Goulart in 1964.[4]

After the military coup, Sarney followed most of the UDN into the National Renewal Alliance (ARENA), the political party of the military government. He was elected governor of the state of Maranhão in 1966, serving until 1971. He was then elected to the Brazilian Senate and became ARENA's president.

Despite his support for the government's heavy-handed measures against dissent, Sarney had never been quite accepted by the military establishment, which tried to block his career. In 1979 ARENA reorganized as the Democratic Social Party (PDS), and Sarney remained the party's president. In 1984, the junta was under pressure due to popular protests to reinstate direct elections for president (Diretas Já movement). PDS was divided but launched Paulo Maluf as its candidate for the presidency in indirect elections. Sarney disagreed with this decision and left PDS to form the Liberal Front Party, which then allied with the PMDB.

As part of the deal, Sarney became Tancredo Neves running mate on the opposition ticket. Neves won the election of 15 January 1985, but became gravely ill on the night before his inauguration. Sarney assumed office as acting president until Neves died on 21 April, and he formally became the first civilian president in 21 years.

Sarney takes the oath of office as Vice President of Brazil on March 15, 1985, immediately becoming Acting President
President Sarney with U.S. President Ronald Reagan and Pelé during a state dinner at the White House, 1986

His succession raised some question because as Neves could not attend the inauguration ceremony on March 15, several politicians contended at the time that Sarney should not have been inaugurated as Vice-President and allowed to assume the role of Acting President. Those politicians believed that since Sarney had been elected Vice-President only by virtue of the election of his running mate as President (each member of the Electoral College cast one vote, for President, and the choice of President carried with it the automatic selection of the ticket's running mate as Vice-President), Sarney could take office only as Vice-President together with Neves. They argued that in the event of the head of the presidential ticket not being able to assume office, the presidency should pass to the speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Ulysses Guimarães.[4] There was some partisanship in this line of thought since both Neves and Guimarães were members of the same party, and Sarney was not; he had been a supporter of the military, and only recently had joined the coalition to defeat the military's candidate in the electoral college. The challenge to Sarney's inauguration was short-lived, however, because in the early hours of inauguration day, Guimarães himself stated that he believed that Sarney had the right to be inaugurated even without Neves.

Sarney and the president of Argentina, Raúl Alfonsín, started the process of the creation of a common market between the two nations in 1985. As first steps, they agreed to subsidize regional trade with a special currency for the purpose (the Gaucho). The agreement led to the formation of the Mercosur in 1991.

He had to face many problems: an enormous foreign debt, rampant inflation and corruption as well as completion of the transition to democracy. Sarney launched an economic plan to stabilize the economy, called "Plano Cruzado", successful at first, but the inflation became stronger than ever after a year. A new and democratic constitution was promulgated in 1988, and in the following year, the first direct elections since 1960 were held.

Sarney was barred from running for president in his own right in 1989. In Brazil, when a vice president serves part of a president's term--including when the president is abroad--it counts as a full term. At the time, the Constitution barred a president from immediate reelection.

He supported Fernando Henrique Cardoso as presidential candidate in 1994 and 1998 and Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in 2002. He returned to the Senate after his presidency, this time representing Amapá, and served as President of the Senate from 1995 to 1997, 2003 to 2005, 2009 to 2011, and 2011 to 2013.[5] He retired in 2015, having served in elected office for all but a few months since 1955. At the time of his retirement, he was the longest-serving member of the Brazilian Congress.

Sérgio Machado, the former president of Transpetro, said in his plea agreement within the Operation Car Wash that José Sarney received R$18.5 million of the bribe money from a Petrobras subsidiary, within the PMDB account during the period in which he directed the company (2003-2015).[6]

Writing[edit]

As a writer, his best known work is the regionalist novel Os Marimbondos de Fogo ("The Fire Wasps"). Sarney was elected to a chair in the Brazilian Academy of Letters in 1980.

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brooke, James (March 13, 1990). "In Brazil, Scathing Criticism For the Departing President". The New York Times. Retrieved July 1, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Where dinosaurs still roam", The Economist, February 5, 2009.
  3. ^ VejaO oligarca perfeito Archived 15 June 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ a b http://countrystudies.us/brazil/95.htm
  5. ^ Presidentes do Senado Federal - Nova República Jan 22, 2013
  6. ^ "Sérgio Machado relata repasse de R$ 18,5 milhões a Sarney" (in Portuguese). Revista Exame. Retrieved June 15, 2016. 

External links[edit]

See also[edit]

Political offices
Preceded by
João Figueiredo
31st President of Brazil
March 15, 1985–March 15, 1990
Succeeded by
Fernando Collor
Preceded by
Aureliano Chaves
20th Vice President of Brazil
1985
Succeeded by
Itamar Franco
Preceded by
Humberto Lucena
President of the Federal Senate
1995–97; 2003–05; 2009–13
Succeeded by
Antônio Carlos Magalhães
Preceded by
Ramez Tebet
Succeeded by
Renan Calheiros
Preceded by
Garibaldi Alves Filho
Honorary titles
Preceded by
José Américo de Almeida
6th Academic of the 38th Chair
of the Brazilian Academy of Letters

1980–present
Incumbent

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