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LBC spoke with Ricardo Sennes of Brazilian consultancy Prospectiva about Brazil’s upcoming October elections.  Political expert, and managing partner at Prospectiva, Ricardo UbiraciSennes, analyzed for Latin Business Chronicle some possible electoral outcomes after the unfortunate condition of presidential candidate Eduardo Campo’s death, and gave a detailed account of possible regulatory changes under the new presidential options. Brazil has a system that he dubs “presidentialism by coalition,” in which no single political party represents society. In fact, the system, with 11 relevant parties, over-represents minorities. (In the U.S. the bi-partisan system tends to over-represent majorities, he contrasts.) Sennes believes that parties, […]
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