Bolsonaro and the elections in Brazil

Ingo Plöger President of the Strategic Council of CEAL Jair Bolsonaro was elected President of Brazil three hours after the 480,000 electronic ballot boxes closed. The political renewal in Brazil was consecrated by the voters who voted against the old established policy and opted for changes, for zero corruption, for transparency and new habits of conduct. In the Chamber of Deputies, at a national level, more than 50 percent of the 513 deputies were renewed. Those re-elected were in the minority and the number of parties in the House increased from 25 to 30. Of the 54 disputed seats (2/3 of the Senate) in the Senate, 46 are occupied by “newbies.” The prediction of political analysts and surveys was about […]

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