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This Sunday, October 30, the Second round of the Brazilian presidential electiona contest in which millions of voters will decide whether Jair Bolsonaro will remain in office for four more years, or if Lula da Silva He will return as head of the Executive Power. Here we explain how to follow the vote count from this important political duel.

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The Superior Electoral Court is the highest electoral authority in Brazil, and through its official site it will be possible to follow the counting of the second round in the presidential elections. Just click on this link.

Meet the contenders

It is well known in the international arena that Lula unsuccessfully aspired to the presidency on three occasions until, on the fourth occasion, he won the title of Executive Power. Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva assumed his first term on January 1, 2003, becoming the 35th president of the Federative Republic of Brazil.

Here we tell you about the political trajectory of Lula da Silva.

Jair Messias Bolsonaro is the 38th president in the history of the Federative Republic of Brazil. His first term began on January 1, 2019 after his electoral victory in 2018, when he obtained 55 percent of the votes in the second round against the candidate of the Workers’ Party, Fernando Haddad.

Here we tell you about the political trajectory of Jair Bolsonaro.


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J. A. Allen

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