The Federal District was once the UF with the most infected per capita, but it is in a quiet situation, Ceará has a health system close to collapse, why don’t the people of Ceará blame their rulers for the lack of investments in health?

How about holding the governments accountable that from 2016 onwards, with Michel Temer in was not from the PT but from the PMDB/MDB and aligned himself with the neoliberal policy of the party of the candidate defeated in 2014, Aécio Neves from the PSDB after the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff – has frozen resources for and education for 20 years the PEC 241/2016?

How about holding the House of Representatives responsible for the fact that after a banquet offered by Temer to Members on the eve of the vote on PEC 241, they voted 366 in favour against 58?

How about the federal government of Bolsonaro, which conditioned the sending of funds to the Northeast, accountable for the alignment of the Northeastern governors with their policies?

At the end of March alone, less than a month ago and in the face of a pandemic, it released 8 billion for health in the Northeast?

How about holding the federal government of Bolsonaro, which withdrew the grant program from 158,000 Brazilians, 60% of from the Northeast while releasing 10 billion for health plans?

Now I leave a question to you who asked this question: Does your question have anything to do with the fact that the governor of Ceará, Camilo Santana, is from the PT?