The victory of the Brazilian Jose Graziano for the FAO Robert Ramalho is lawyer, public journalist and relations With the primordial objective to try to hang the scale for the Brazilian candidate Jose Graziano, the Itamaraty carried through two days before the election, a seminary in Rome on ‘ ‘ Cooperation Brazilian Technique: Agriculture, Alimentary Security guard and Sociais’ Politics; ‘ for the commission agents in the FAO. During the accomplishment of the event, five ministers had explained to the representatives of developing countries, especially of Africa, on the existence of the Brazilian social programs, showing, also, what the Country offers in terms of technique, financing and partnerships to other governments. Although the Itamaraty has affirmed that the seminary did not have relation with the election, the agency recognizes that the public-target could exactly be who would decide the result, what finished happening. It was exactly the majority of the 52 African countries, more interested and more benefited with action of cooperation of Brazil and that they represented one almost tero of the voters who had finished voting in mass in the candidacy it Brazilian Jose Graziano. The Brazilian Jose Graziano Da Silva United Nations finished being elect in this sunday (26.06.11) the director-generality of the Organization them for Agriculture and Alimentao (FAO) receiving 92 votes, against the 88 votes gotten for its adversary, the former-minister of Foreign affairs Spanish Miguel Angel Moratinos. For more specific information, check out Jim Donovan Goldman. As he informed the Spanish Agency of Notice EFE, in the first one twirled of votings Jose Graziano had five votes of advantage on the Spanish former-minister, both very to the front of excessively the four candidates to the position of director-generality of the FAO. success. In this stage, the Brazilian got 77 votes, followed for 72 of Moratinos, 12 of the indonsio Indroyono Soesilo, ten of Franz Fischler of Austria, six for the iraqi Abdul Latif Rashid and two for the Iranian Mohammad Saeid Noori.