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Bolsonaro and Lula are heading to second round in Brazil election

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Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva came out on top with 47.6% of the votes against 43.9% for the outgoing President, Jair Bolsonaro. A second round will take place on 30 October. Lula is now hated by many Brazilians after being convicted for accepting bribes.
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Lula in the lead, Bolsonaro resists, Brazil on the way to a second round

4 months ago·Montreal, Canada
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Lula wins but is short and there will be second round in Brazil

The leader of the Workers' Party prevails with 48% of the votes, but Bolsonaro saves the furniture

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Brazil: Neither Lula overwhelms, nor Bolsonaro was sentenced nor is the second round decided

The left prevails, but not with the margins predicted by the polls. A hidden vote by the ultras comes to light, which shows an enormous social fracture.

4 months ago
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Lula is convinced that he will win the second round of the presidency of Brazil

The candidate for the Presidency of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, expressed his conviction this Sunday that he will win the second round of the

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Bolsonaro and Lula are heading to second round in Brazil election

RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil’s deeply polarizing presidential election, which has pitted populists from opposite ends of the political spectrum — right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro and left-wing former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva — will go to a second…

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IN BRAZIL | Lula and Bolsonaro will define the presidency in a second round to be held on October 30

Lula leads the result of the presidential elections in Brazil, with 47.43% of the votes, after having counted 92.96% of the total

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