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Brazil Has a New/Old Leader

After a long battle, Brazil has chosen a new old president: former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. He was the president of Brazil from 2003-2010 and will be again.

Current president Jair Bolsonaro has not yet conceded, but it seems like he intends to. His party will remain in power in the Brazilian congress, however, meaning that his politics are not gone.

Lula’s administration was responsible for massive growth in Brazil. He campaigned saying that he will support peace between Russia and Ukraine, so while other world powers are hamstringing themselves by supporting war, will this mean stability for Brazil? That’s a major question mark since the politics of Brazil are very divided. In a speech in São Paulo he said: “Today, we are saying to the world that Brazil is back.”

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