Governmental Public relations Robert Ramalho is public relations, journalist, and was vice-president of the Brazilian Association of Public Relations, seccional of Alagoas, between 2002 and the 2003 subject that will be boarded here on Governmental Public Relations is one of most important for the understanding of the relation between the State and its citizens. In relation to the studies of Aristotle, who, in accordance with the scientist Italian politician Norberto Bobbio (2000), was one of first and the more famous studious of the relation State-citizens, the State was the focus, also already existed by its very nature, being previous to the men and not instituted by them. However, with the evolution of the studies in the area, it was perceived that the society politics was this yes, constituted, being ' ' a voluntary product of the individuals, that with a reciprocal agreement decide to live in society and to institute one governo' ' (BOBBIO, 2000:64). Here, therefore, it is transferred to take it in account idea of that the politics is the way that the men use to associate e, thus, to promote and to keep between itself the social life. According to Norberto Bobbio (2000), Johannes Althusius, was one of the defending greaters of this thought. Thus being, the declarations of the rights of the man in the United States and France had marked the adoption of this new point of view, that beyond recognizing that the individuals constituam the State, pointed with respect to another important aspect: the individual is not for the State, but the State is for the individual. Thus, this relation starts to be permanent and the paper of the State is not alone to respect the rights of the man, but, also, to make them to be valid and to protect them. It teaches to us to the great master of the Constitucional law and Administrative the following one: ' ' One of the characteristics of the modern world is that conscience that has each citizen who each citizen contributes for the collective workmanship, eliminated that they had been, with the advent of the democratic system, the barriers between the men that they govern and those that are governed.