Hydroelectric crisis could affect 2022 elections

Adriano Pires, economist and former director of the ANP (National Agency for Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels), believes that the hydroelectric crisis could impact next year's elections. For him, positioning through the current problem of hydroelectric power plants has a great influence on the choice of voters. Pires believes that the factor of the crisis was crucial in the 2002 elections, which gave victory to Lula – opponent of Fernando Henrique Cardoso, who at the time was the one in power.

He also believes that the lack of state planning is what influences the control of the crisis. The Dilma government, for example, with the choice of not expanding generations in hydroelectric plants, has caused impacts that are felt to this day.

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