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Ame ou deixe 2018-02-05 at 23-07-47 Govfed Logo Governo Collor Logomarca do governo Itamar Franco Untitled-2-0 Federal Government of Brazil 1997
1969–1974 1974–1979 1988–1990 1990–1992 1992–1995 1995–1997 1997–1999
 
Brazilian Government's logo (Fernando Henrique Cardoso) Brazilian Government's logo (Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva) Brazilian Government's logo (Dilma Rousseff) Brazilian Government's logo (Dilma Rousseff, 2nd term) Governo Federal do Brasil logo Brazilian Government's logo (Jair Messias Bolsonaro)
1999–2003 2003–2011 2011–2015 2015–2016 2016–2019 2019–present

1969–1974

Ame ou deixe


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This logo was introduced by the Government of the former President Artur Costa e Silva. It has the motto "Brasil, Ame-o ou Deixe-o" ("Brazil, love it or leave it").

1974–1979

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1979–1985

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1985–1988

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1988–1990

Govfed


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This logo was introduced in 1988 by the Government of former President José Sarney with the motto "Governo Federal, Tudo para o social" (Federal Government, Everything for the Social").

1990–1992

Logo Governo Collor


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This logo was introduced in 1990, by the Government of former President Fernando Collor, it consists of a stylised rendition of the Flag of Brazil, with the inscription "Governo do Brasil" (Government of Brazil).

1992–1995

Logomarca do governo Itamar Franco


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This logo was introduced in 1992 by the Government of former President Itamar Franco. it has the motto "Brasil, Uniao de todos" (Brazil, Union of everyone).

1995–1997

Untitled-2-0


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This logo was introduced in 1995 by the Government of former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso. It features the Coat of Arms of Brazil and the inscription "Brasil, Governo Federal" ("Brazil, Federal Government").

1997–1999

Federal Government of Brazil 1997


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1999–2003

Brazilian Government's logo (Fernando Henrique Cardoso)

In 1999, this logo was introduced by the Government of former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, with the motto "Governo Federal, Trabalhando em todo o Brasil" ("Federal Government, Working in whole of Brazil").

2002

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2003–2011

Brazilian Government's logo (Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva)

On April 8, 2003, the Government of former President Luís Inácio Lula da Silva presented the official logo of the Federal Government with the theme "Brasil, um país de todos" (Brazil a country of everyone).[1]

2011–2016

2011–2015

Brazilian Government's logo (Dilma Rousseff)

On February 10, 2011, President Dilma Rousseff launched the logo from Federal Government with the theme "Brasil, país rico é um país sem pobreza" (Brazil, a country rich is a country without poverty). The image was similar to the previous logo from former President Luíz Inácio Lula da Silva, "Brasil, um país de todos" (Brazil a country of all).[2][3]

2015–2016

Brazilian Government's logo (Dilma Rousseff, 2nd term)

On January 6, 2015, the Government of President Dilma Rousseff launched the motto "Pátria Educadora" (Educating homeland) with a same logo from year 2011. On January 1, 2015, the motto was revealed by President Dilma Rousseff in her inaugural speech in Brazilian National Congress.[4]

2016–2019

Governo Federal do Brasil logo

On May 12, 2016, the Interim Government of Michel Temer launched a slogan and a logo of the new government with the motto "Ordem e Progresso" (Order and Progress) after the removal of President Dilma Rousseff.[5] One of two versions was chosen by son of interim president, Michelzinho.[6] In August 31, 2016, Dilma Rousseff was impeached by the Senate and as a result, the Interim Government took full functions until 2018.

2019–present

Brazilian Government's logo (Jair Messias Bolsonaro)

On January 4, 2019, three days after President Jair Bolsonaro was sworn in, he announced, on his official Twitter account[7], the logo for the administration, which has, as its slogan, the last words of the Brazilian national anthem, Pátria Amada Brasil ("Beloved Fatherland Brazil").

References

  1. Governo apresenta nova logomarca, criada por Duda Mendonça, Associação Brasileira das Agências de Comunicação, published on Abr. 8, 2003.
  2. Logomarca do governo Dilma Rousseff é apresentado, Notícias do Dia, published in Feb. 10, 2011.
  3. Dilma lança nova marca do governo: "Brasil, país rico é pais sem pobreza, O Globo, published on Feb. 10, 2011.
  4. Secom atualiza marca do governo federal com o lema "Pátria Educadora", Brazilian Government, published on Jan. 7, 2015.
  5. Antes mesmo de ministros, governo Temer tem logomarca, O Globo, published on May. 12, 2016.
  6. Marca do Governo Temer foi escolhida por Michelzinho, seu filho de 7 anos, Folha de S.Paulo, published on May. 16, 2016.
  7. [1], Jair Messias Bolsonaro on Twitter, published on Jan. 4, 2019.
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