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5 Reasons Why Aecio Neves Should Be Elected The Next President Of Brazil

5 Reasons Why Aecio Neves Should Be Elected The Next President...

Twelve years ago Brazilians chose Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the first member of the working class to be elected president of Brazil, as the person whom they believed could promote the changes that the country needed in order to become a fairer and ..., 1 week ago

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Rousseff wins 2nd term in Brazil by a whisker

Brazil's President and Workers' Party presidential candidate Dilma Rousseff and former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (centre right) during a news conference after disclosure of the election results, in Brasilia. Reuters pic, October 27, 2014.
 Malaysian Insider3 days ago Brazilians Teach Democratic Lesson to Politicians, Says Lula  Prensa Latina1 day ago Re-elected, Dilma Rousseff vows dialogue, reform  Asian Age2 days ago Rousseff vows dialogue, reform after narrow Brazil win  AlterNet.org3 days ago

Brazil election: Class divides voters

Restaurant owner Luiz da Gia is using a pet crab to show his support for Dilma Rousseff Not since Brazil returned to democracy in 1985, after over two decades of military rule, has a presidential election revealed such deep splits in public opinion ...
 BBC6 days ago

Neves Win in Brazil Would End Alliances Built by Lula

The election of Aecio Neves as Brazil 's president would end a 12-year alliance uniting leaders from Venezuela to Bolivia on regional development and state intervention in the economy. Neves, who came from behind to make the second round vote on ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago

Brazil election: Silva backs Neves in blow for Dilma

THE Brazilian environmentalist Marina Silva, who came third in Sunday's presidential election, has backed opposition centrist candidate Aecio Neves in the second round. Mr Neves won 33.5% of the votes in the first round to 41.5% for President ...
 The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago Silva could back Neves, says media  The Gulf Today3 weeks ago Brazil power-broker Silva mulls backing Neves: reports  Yahoo! News3 weeks ago Silva becomes Brazil power broker after election flop  ENCA3 weeks ago

Spliced Lula video annoys ruling party in Brazil election

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's ruling party has asked Google Inc to pull a spliced campaign video from YouTube that gives viewers the impression its leader, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, is backing opposition presidential candidate Marina Silva.
 Reuters2 months ago
Digital Journal

Voting against oblivion, Brazil indigenous go to polls

Former chief of the Guarani hamlet of Bracui, Joao Da Silva Vela Mirim, 102, speaks … Guarani natives chat with the chief of the hamlet of Bracui, Domingos Taendy (2-R), … A Guarani native watches a football match at an indigenous reserve ...
 Yahoo! Malaysia3 days ago

Rousseff""s Re-election Means Opting for a Better Brazil, Lula Says

24 de octubre de 2014, 13:05 Rio de Janeiro, Oct 24 (Prensa Latina) The re-election of President Dilma Rousseff on Sunday means avoiding the return of Brazil to the past and to continue the process of social improvement, said the former president ...
 Prensa Latina6 days ago

Opposition Sectors Incite Military Coup in Brazil

30 de octubre de 2014, 09:22Brasilia, Oct 30 (Prensa Latina) The governing Workers'' Party (PT) of Brazil charged on Thursday that opposition sectors, reluctant to recognize the results of the recent presidential election, are inciting a military ...
 Prensa Latina4 hours ago
Eurasia Review

Three elections in three continents

Last Sunday was a busy day: Three elections, in three different continents, all of them offering at least the hope of better times. First, Brazil, where President Dilma Rousseff eked out a second-round victory with 51.6 percent of the votes versus ...
 Arab News14 hours ago
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