president BrazilAnd the Jair BolsonaroAnd the former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva They exchanged the last darts at the end of the campaign for the second round to be implemented Sunday October 30. This Saturday, the candidates flocked to the streets of Minas Gerais and Sao Paulorespectively, the two states with the largest electoral weight in the country.
In your poll Datafolha Institute Hours before the voting begins, Lola He has 52% intent to vote against 48% of BolsonaroThe difference was reduced by two points. The study was conducted between Friday and Saturday, with a margin of error of 2%, which is data that allows us to predict a heart attack ending in the second round.
Raised to the cry of “Legend!” , Bolsonaro parade drove in Belo Horizontethe capital of Minas Gerais, where Thousands of supporters came out to meet him, dressed in green and yellow. “I am confident of victory,” the president said, after his tough televised debate with Lula on Friday, in which they accused each other of being a liar.
The president’s supporters justified their support for fear of his return Lola to force. “I do not support abortion or gender ideology, which is what the other side wants to impose on our country,” said the micro-entrepreneur Fabricia AlvesHe is 36 years old.
in Sao PauloAnd the Lola He sent against the chief before he joined the march: “Bolsonaro He has no end to tell lies (…) He has no psychological conditions to rule a country of size Brazil“.
Lola He won the first round with 48% of the vote to 43% of Bolsonarowhich broke expectations that expected a comfortable advantage for the former president.
Bolsonaro and Lula via accusations
Bolsonaro He is seeking re-election after four years of a government marked especially by the health and economic crisis that caused the spread of the epidemic with a total of 688,000 deaths in BrazilAs well as strained relations with international institutions and critics of its environmental policy.
In the last stage, he presented as his government’s achievements Slow return to activityAnd the Mainly the recent decline in inflation and unemploymentwhich reached 8.7% in September. for months Bolsonaro And he questioned the electronic voting system without proof, which raised fears that he would not accept the results of next Sunday.
on Friday, at the end of the discussionHowever, he said, “Whoever gets the most votes wins,” when asked in a short interview after the debate about whether he would accept defeat in the end. “This is democracy,” he added.
At only 77 years old, Lola He aspires to return to power after ruling Latin America’s largest economy between 2003 and 2010. On Sunday, about 156 million Brazilians were invited to vote in the country’s 26 states and the Federal District.
In the first round, about 32 million people (21%) did not vote. That number is five times the six million vote advantage Lula got over Bolsonaro. in Brazil Voting is mandatory, but the fine for not going to the polls is 3.5 riyals. Predicting a tight outcome raises fear of tension and polarization Brazil.
after two periods, Lola He was imprisoned in the framework of the major “Lava Jato” anti-corruption case, but was politically revived after his conviction was overturned due to procedural irregularities. Now he has the support of artists like Anita s Caetano VelosoSenator Simon Tibet And the former president Fernando Henrique Cardoso.
Bolsonaro He has support above all from the agribusiness and a majority of evangelicals – a third of the electorate – who praise his ultra-conservative positions. They also announced in his favor the football player Neymar Former US President Donald Trumpwho usually compare it.
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