Senate Minority leader Jean Paul Prates (PT-RN) told on his social networks that his mother fled on foot from Adolf Hitler’s army during the invasion of France. The report was made to argue that practices discovered by the Covid Parliamentary Inquiry Commission (CPI) resemble Nazi actions. The topic aroused the interest of his followers, who responded with 3,600 likes and 524 shares on Twitter. The subject was one of those responsible for the advancement of nine positions in the ranking FSBinfluence Congress.
The ranking, produced by the FSB Research Institute, measures the popularity of parliamentarians on social media.
Besides him, between October 5th and 11th, CPI members Simone Tebet (MDB-MS), Eduardo Girão (Podemos-CE) and Alessandro Vieira (Cidadania-SE) had a positive performance on the networks. They earned five, four, and two places, respectively, and improved their position on the Senate’s most influential list. However, other names that integrate the collegiate, Fabiano Contarato (Rede-ES) and Renan Calheiros (MDB-AL) lost steam in the networks, after a strong performance in the previous week.
Flávio Bolsonaro (Patriota-RJ), also a member of the commission, was another who dropped two places, losing first place on the podium. Humberto Costa (PT-PE) took his place, followed by Randolfe Rodrigues (Rede-AP) in second. Amidst the variety of political debates held in their profiles, the two share the work as heads of the parliamentary committee of inquiry. Among the parties, Podemos is the highlight, with four representatives in the survey.
The live broadcast of the press conference of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, last Friday, 8th, in Brasília, catapulted deputy Rui Falcão (PT-SP) to the position of ninth most popular on social networks. Chamber of Deputies. Live on Facebook reached 99,000 comments; 42 thousand reactions; and 6,200 shares in just four days. The event made him advance 120 positions and enter the ranking FSBinfluence Congress of the week.
On the other hand, an ally of the federal government, Alê Silva (PSL-MG), also stood out in the period. She won 14 positions and joined the select group of the 20 most influential in the online environment. One of the themes that most engaged his followers was the defense of President Jair Bolsonaro’s veto on the free distribution of tampons for low-income students and homeless people. One of your posts about the theme got 35.2 thousand likes; seven thousand shares and 2,700 comments on Twitter.
The PSL bench, champion of the networks, in turn, maintains the leadership, assured since the beginning of the year. Carla Zambelli (PSL-SP) continues to occupy the top of the survey, as well as Bia Kicis (PSL-DF) guarantees second place and Eduardo Bolsonaro (PSL-SP), third. The party has nine names on the list. PT comes next, with four representatives in the ranking.