O g1 AM go interview the seven candidates for the Senate by Amazonas in the 2022 elections, from this Monday (5). O Good Morning Amazon (BDA) also begins interviews with the five best-placed candidates in the Ipec/Rede Amazônica survey, this Monday.
At the g1 AMthe interviews will be broadcast live on the internet at linkavailable on the page “Amazon Elections 2022“, Starting at 7:30 am.
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The order of the interviews was defined by the Amazon Network on August 26, in draw. O g1 AM will interview all seven candidates, live, right after the BDA. Interview time will be 20 minutes.
The draw took place on August 26, at the headquarters of Rede Amazônica, in Manaus, during a meeting with representatives of the parties.
Check out the order of interviews on g1 AM:
- September 5 – Luiz Castro (PDT)
- September 6 – Omar Aziz (PSD)
- September 7 – Colonel Menezes (PL)
- September 8 – Fr. Peter Miranda (AGIR)
- September 9 – Arthur Neto (PSDB)
- September 12 – Elissandro Bessa (Solidarity)
- September 13 – Marília Freire (PSOL)
Good morning Amazon will also interview
At Bom Dia Amazônia (BDA), the five best-placed candidates in the Ipec/Rede Amazônica survey, released on August 24, will be interviewed.
Candidates will also have 20 minutes to present their ideas on pre-defined topics by the broadcaster and another 1 minute for final considerations.
Candidates who ranked 6th and 7th will each have a 3-minute story shown on the BDA on September 12th.
See the order of the interviews on the BDA:
- September 5 (BDA and g1) Luiz Castro (PDT)
- September 6 (BDA and g1): Omar Aziz (PSD)
- September 7 (BDA and g1): Colonel Menezes (PL)
- September 8 (BDA and g1): Rev. Peter Miranda (AGIR)
- September 9 (BDA and g1): Arthur Neto (PSDB)
CBN will also interview Senate candidates
CBN Amazônia Manaus and the podcast “Politics on the Network” will also interview all candidates for the Senate, starting on August 22nd.
Check out the order of the interviews on CBN and on the podcast “Politics on the Network”:
- 09/12 – Elissandro Bessa
- 09/13 – Omar Aziz
- 09/14 – Marília Freire
- 09/15 – Arthur Virgil
- 09/16 – Alfredo Menezes
- 09/19 – Luiz Castro
- 09/20 – Peter Junior