In part two of our conversation with João Pedro Stedile, he discusses the governability and decision-making capacity of the Lula government in the face of a conservative senate and chamber of deputies.
Bolsonaro had accelerated a project that Cardoso says was an “avalanche of savage capitalism. It is a capitalism that kills, that destroys, that makes a lot of money for a few people”
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
A survey released on Wednesday shows the leftist former president with 53% of voting intentions, against 47% for the current president
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.
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
Analysts have pointed to respondents’ declaration of false information or “embarrassed voting” as a major factor in the difference between the polls and the results
Leftist candidate Lula da Silva obtained 48.43% of the votes, while conservative Bolsonaro followed him with 43.20% of the votes
Ahead of national elections in Brazil, Thays Carvahlo from the People’s Brazil Movement spoke to Peoples Dispatch about the loss of rights suffered by the Brazilian people in the last six years and the hope offered by the upcoming polls
New poll results show that Workers’ Party candidate Lula maintains strong lead against far-right Jair Bolsonaro, who is in second place
The Workers’ Party candidate gains voter support, reversing the trend towards Bolsonaro, who’s support had grown in recent polls
The candidacy of the former president, who will seek his third term, was made official by the federation formed by several leftist Brazilian parties