A study by the Directorate of Public Policy Analysis of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (DAPP/FGV) shows that the mini-electoral reform passed by the Chamber of Deputies, which created a ceiling of expenditure in electoral campaigns, will have limited effects. It will practically not affect proportional elections. Analyzing the 2014 expenditure, if the election were held today, only 1.4% of candidates for a seat in the Chamber of Deputies would have to reduce the cost of their campaigns. Almost all the reduction will come from the budgets of the majoritarian campaigns.
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