With information from OAPS writing

Religion and politics are the main themes of the October interview of the Observatory of Political Analysis in Health (OAPS) with the professor of the State University of Campinas (Unicamp), Ronaldo de Almeida. Social scientist with a master’s degree in social anthropology from Unicamp and a doctorate in social science from USP, Almeida talks about the articulation between evangelicals and conservatism in the Brazilian crisis, the role and perspectives of the Evangelical Parliamentary Front.

To the researcher, who is the scientific director of the Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning (Cebrap), in a scenario in which the presence of evangelicals in politics is not new, draws attention to the expansion in the judiciary: “What seems new to me, and This current government is making it clear that if there was in a way a growing presence of evangelical sectors in the Legislature, and after some time in executive mandates, it has become increasingly clear in recent years that there is also a spread throughout the judiciary. – or an attempt to.

To read the full interview, access the OAPS here .