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Marcelo Déda Chaga
|Died||2 December 2013 (aged 53)|
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Déda was born in
In 1982, in the first election of the Worker's Party (Partido do Trabalhador), Déda was nominated as a candidate for state representative. He was 22 years old, and he obtained almost 300 votes. In 1985, he was active during the elections for mayor in Aracaju and the present governor candidate. The campaign took off, and Marcelo Déda achieved second place at the ballot box, with approximately 19,000 votes.
He was chosen, in 1986, as state representative, with the biggest voting of its legislature. His more than thirty thousand votes were so significant, that elected, also, was another partisan, Marcelo Ribeiro, who had little more than 1,000 votes.
It was disputed, in 1990, for the re-election for the assembly, but was defeated obtaining little more of 10% of the previous voting. Four years afterwards, in 1994, he ran for the Federal Chamber, being chosen federal representative, with the biggest voting of the state.
He represented Sergipe, arriving to the leadership of the Party of the Workers. In the sequence, in 1998, he was reelected as a federal delegate, but resigned to assume the city hall of the Sergipe capital.
On 26 May 2000, Marcelo Déda became candidate for mayor of
In 2004, Déda was reelected as mayor of Aracaju, with 71.38% of the valid votes.