Bolsonaro could be disqualified even if link with companies that paid millions to spread fake news is not proven
Brazilian Politics Society and Economy
Newspaper reported that four agencies were paid millions under the table to send mass messages against leftist Haddad
Law expert Ludimar Rafanhin says president Michel Temer may rush to pass proposed reform after runoff election
Pollster Datafolha shows votes for other candidates transferred at equal rates to each presidential hopeful
The first opinion poll released by Datafolha for the second round of Brazil’s presidential election shows far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro at 58 percent of voting intention, while leftist Fernando Haddad is at 42 percent of voter support.
MST leader on the presidential race between Workers’ Party’s Fernando Haddad and far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro
We understand that in these elections two projects are in dispute. And we stand in favor of the project that defends the workers, democracy and a more just and sovereign country
We would like to share some of our views on this delicate moment of Brazilian politics in the last week of the election campaign:
During a visit to the Normandia settlement in Pernambuco, the presidential candidate spoke exclusively about some crucial points of the electoral race
Last Saturday (September 22), the candidate for the Presidency of the Republic Fernando Haddad (PT) was in the Normandia Settlement, in Caruaru (PE).
Haddad spoke with journalists about the aggressive remarks made by far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro
Twelve days ahead of first round, poll shows Workers’ Party candidate would beat far-right rival in runoff elections