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The status quo party is headed back to the top office, but exhaustion of the country’s development model spells shifting geopolitical relations and an uncertain political future.
The inauguration of the leftist two-time former leader as Brazil’s president is a source of hope for social and environmental movements worldwide.
Brazil faces a stark choice in its presidential runoff Sunday. Can Lula and the Left overcome Bolsonaro’s misinformation and attempts to buy the vote?
Throughout his campaign, Bolsonaro has counted on the support of Brazil’s Evangelical community. But some of them are breaking the mold.
The leftist candidate is leading in the polls ahead of the election. But even if Lula wins, he will face many challenges.
In Brazil, the most interacted-with posts on social media contradict trustworthy information about Brazilians’ voting intentions.
La segunda vuelta será una competencia estrecha entre izquierdista Gustavo Petro y el populista de extrema derecha Rodolfo Hernández, para quién los grupos tradicionales de poder van anunciando su apoyo.
While Gustavo Petro secured a monumental first-round win, the historic defeat of conservativism does not guarantee a triumph for the Left in the second round.
The leftist frontrunners in the May 29 presidential election have promised to prioritize environmental policies, including implementing a regional treaty to foster a sustainable economy.
Political polarization, demonstrations of power by armed groups, security threats, and false alarms as campaigns close a week before polls.