Fernando Haddad
Brazil’s Landless Rural Workers’ Movement launches over 700 pre-candidates for 2024 elections

The movement’s pre-candidates come from 12 political parties, but most are from the Workers’ Party

The urgency of taxing ultra-processed foods in Brazil

A new tax reform in Brazil foresees a tax to discourage the consumption of ultra-processed foods, linked to 57,000 deaths a year — but the industry is fighting back

Bringing hope back to Brazil

Thousands took to the streets of Brazil to celebrate Lula’s victory in the Brazilian presidential elections held on Sunday, October 30.

Shooting in Paraisópolis: the questions that Tarcísio de Freitas needs to answer

The episode has stalled Freitas’ campaign, which already sees losses in the electoral polls, with Workers’ Party candidate Haddad’s growth

5 questions about Brazil’s historic elections

Everything you need to know about the second round presidential elections in Brazil which will see former president Lula face off against far-right incumbent Bolsonaro

São Paulo’s largest favela walks for life, hope and democracy

The Walk for Life was organized in Heliópolis, to support the candidacy of Fernando Haddad for governor of São Paulo and of Lula da Silva for president of Brazil.

Brazil elections Brazil prepares for a fierce second round presidential election

Following the first round of the presidential election, the campaigns, especially that of right-wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro, have focused on personal attacks and allegations

Mapping Faultlines: Brazil heads to a contentious run-off election

In this episode, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the recent Brazilian elections and the performance of former President Lula da Silva and incumbent Jair Bolsonaro. He also analyzes the global significance of the elections

Ahead of Brazil’s elections, many voices, one chant

Peoples Dispatch comes to you from the streets of Sao Paulo with just a few days to go before the national elections in Brazil.

What is at stake in Brazil’s historic election?

On October 2, the people of Brazil will make a choice between two vastly different candidates – Lula da Silva and Jair Bolsonaro. Here’s everything you need to know about the presidential aspirants, their records and platforms, and what this election means for Brazil

The most important election in the Americas is in Brazil

Former president Lula is in the lead in the polls ahead of the first round of elections in Brazil to be held on October 2. These elections will be transformative for Brazil and will have ramifications across the globe

Mass protests against Bolsonaro continue in Brazil

Organizers of the international action estimate that more than 600,000 people mobilized in 509 cities.