From PPI
Jump to: navigation, search

Essa página será atualizada ainda pelos membros do PARTIDO PIRATA - BRASIL

Name (abreviation): Partido Pirata do Brasil (P2P)
Country: Brazil
Status: active
Founded: 09/2007
Registered: not yet
Foundingplace: -
Slogan: -
Chairman: working as a collective
Vice-President: working as a collective
Treasurer : working as a collective
Secretary General: working as a collective
Political Secretary: working as a collective
International Coordinator: working as a collective
Members: About 2,000 registered members at discussion forum (11.12.2009)
Percentage of women: 15% Percent maybe (11.12.2009)
Campaign finance: R$ 420,00 (2009)
regional organizations
Headquarters: Partido Pirata do Brasil
Not yet

Not yet<

phone: none
eMail: contato at

The Partido Pirata do Brasil (official abbrevation: no definid) is the pirate party of Brazil.


Active. No official party yet.


Nationally and regionally localized.


The first Party Congress ("I Pirate Insurgence") occurred in Sao Paulo, at march/2009.


To take a part of the local elections (2012) and Mercosul Parliament (2014).



1. Digital inclusion, with priority to the poor people, reduction of economic and technical constraints on access to culture and human knowledge. Universal access to culture and knowledge, which are "goods" of humanity. Right to Share with no commercial purposes.

2. Maximum transparency in the public administration. All public events must be publicly available. All contracts, purchasing and translations at all levels of governments should be available on the Internet for consultation and verification without the need of passwords or any form of blockade. This includes the very image of the document with the names and firms of responsible. All decisions involving public money should actually be public and open and with a charge.

3. Promote and stimulate society engagement in public affairs. Building collaboration and participation of government policies for health, education, environment and other areas. Sharing and open access to such policies. The population must be informed and able to participate in government decisions.

4. Defence of the sharing and collaborative practices to promote human development.

5. Free Software and open protocols in the public administration. The state should use a free solution whenever possible.

6. Defence of the Declaration of Human Rights.

The Brazilian Pirate Party are working collaboratively and openly the construction of public policies. See [1]

--J-M 00:58, 15 December 2008 (CET)