May 3, 1946 |
Quixeramobim, Ceará, Brazil
José Genoino Guimarães Neto (born 3 May 1946) is a Brazilian politician.
Born in Quixeramobim in the state of Ceará, he fought as a guerrilla in one of the movements against the Brazilian military leaders Artur da Costa e Silva, Emílio Garrastazu Médici and Ernesto Geisel who ruled Brazil in the seventies. Ultimately, he was given amnesty, and elected as a congressman for São Paulo, serving between 1982 and 2002. At the end of 2002, he was elected president of the Brazilian Workers Party. In 2012 he was found guilty of corruption by the Brazilian Supreme Court and, as of 2014, is under house arrest.
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