Dilma Rousseff, candidate of the ruling Labor Party, won the presidential election in Brazil

Tuesday, 02 November 2010 D
ilma Rousseff, the ruling Labor Party candidate, won on Sunday in ۳ 1 October 2010 In the presidential elections in Brazil. It should be noted that Mr. Michel Tamer was elected Vice-President of the Brazilian Republic.

Michel Tamer is of Lebanese origin, his father and mother are from the village of Tambourah in the kaza of Koura, and have emigrated to Brazil with his brothers.

Tamer was born on 23 September 1940, a lawyer who has good relations with the Lebanese community in Brazil and with his native Lebanon and has visited him several times.

Tamer was elected for the first time as a member of the Brazilian Parliament in the year 1986 and was reelected to six consecutive states.

He was elected three times as president of the Federal Chamber of Deputies in Brazil in 1997, 1998, the last of which was 2 February 2009.

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