Brazil will vote on Sunday in what will possibly be its most important election since democracy was restored in 1985. The first round elections that took place earlier this month have created a direct face-off between incumbent president, Jair Bolsonaro, and former president Lula da Silva.
Before the election, the far-right president Bolsonaro threatened not to accept the results if he’s not re-elected. The danger to Brazil’s democracy is so real that even the U.S. Senate has approved a recommendation for the government to break off relations with Brazil in the event of a coup.
Full article at The News Lens’ page. Date of publication: 29/10/2022.