From the “Nirvana” to “Lula light”: how is going to be Brazil post-election?

In few hours, Brazil will decide who is going to be the thirty-seventh President of the Republic. If there are no surprises, the first round of elections will not deliver to the country a new guide, it must wait for the second one.

Il cielo di Brasilia, proposto come patrimonio immateriale dell'Unesco.

The candidates that remain strong are the usual three: Dilma Rousseff, President and member of the PT (Workers’ Party); Marina Silva of the PSB (Brazil’s Socialist Party), which took place after the tragic death of Eduardo Campos on August 13th; and Aécio Neves of the PSDB (Brazil’s Social-Democratic Party). It was an unusual election campaign, in which the emotions and surprises have broke, more than once, the apparent balance.

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