Brazilian football legend Romario to run for Senate seat in October


Rio de Janeiro, February 19, Sandipan Sharma: Brazilian football player Romario, as of recently a communist congressman, has proclaimed he will run for a Senate situate as a rule races in October.

“Throughout the span of my command, I finished very much a couple of things for Rio. For Brazil, actually,” the previous Barcelona striker and 1994 World Cup champ told the Globo news site overnight.

“As congressperson, I think I’ll have the opportunity to accomplish more cement things, particularly for Rio.”

The 47-year-old was chosen legislator for the Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) in 2010 yet removed himself from the gathering in August.

In any case, he said he chose to mount an offer for the Senate after “a quite great talk” with PSB head Eduardo Campos, who is relied upon to run for president.