Brazil Elections 2018
Lula returns to North East of Brazil for Free Lula Festival

250,000 people gathered to hear the ex-president who was released from prison on November 8 after spending 580 days unjustly incarcerated

Lula Is Free.

Ana Paula Vargas and Vijay Prashad reflect on the importance of the release of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva from prison and what it means for Brazil and Latin America

Latest developments in the Marielle Franco case and how Bolsonaro could be involved

Scoops, controversies, and threats of authoritarianism marked last week in one of Brazil’s most notorious cases

Exclusive | Lula: “The Supreme Court will decide whether to follow the Constitution”

Brasil de Fato interviewed ex-president today while the Supreme Court debates a ruling that could lead to his release

Lula Livre!!

2018 saw the conviction and incarceration of former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva who was posed to run in October 2018 elections

Social movements vow to fight in ‘the trenches of struggle’ as Bolsonaro wins polls

The extreme right-wing candidate of the Social Liberal Party won 55.3% of the vote, while Fernando Haddad of the Workers Party came second with 44.7% of the vote

Brazil Elections Round 2 ? Brazil Elections: A choice between fascism and democracy

With ultra right wing candidate Bolsonaro leading the election fray, the threat of violence and repressions against people’s movements looms.

Strengthening our unity is fundamental for the left: MST

The MST’s Débora Nunes talks about the campaign against Bolsonaro, the threats of a potential fascist presidency and the role of international solidarity

Brazil: ‘There can be no neutrality in the choice between democracy and fascism!’

Tomorrow, the people of Brazil will be making a choice of paramount importance, between liberty and pluralism and retrograde authoritarianism

Against all the evils in this world

Elections in Brazil, second ballot for democracy

Brazil: Haddad makes further gains on Bolsonaro, but will it be enough?

The gap between the two candidates is closing in these historically divisive elections, and pro-democratic messages are on the rise

Brazil Elections: Survey Claims Right-wing Will Cross 57% in Second Round

The second round of Brazilian presidential elections are just five days away, and the gap between Haddad and Bolsonaro is closing

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