By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Former presidential candidate and environmentalist, Marina Silva, has been granted the go-ahead by the Superior Electoral Court to register the Rede Sustentabilidade – REDE (Sustainability Network) party in Brazil. With REDE, Brazil now has 34 political parties.
“We have taken our discussion to all states of the country and to thousands of municipalities. We have spent much energy in the construction of a new way to conduct politics which will never end,” said the new party’s press release after the announcement. “The registry, however, is a fundamental step to . . .