Lula wins Brazil general election with left-wing political resurgence

SAO PAULO/BRASILLA, October 31 (Reuters) – Brazil’s left-leaning leader Luis Inacio Lula da Silva narrowly defeated President Jair Bolsonaro in a runoff in the runoff, but a far-right incumbent lawmaker did not concede defeat until Monday morning. Concerns have been raised that this could be challenged. Tens of thousands of cheering supporters took to the streets of São Paulo to celebrate the stunning return of a 77-year-old former metal worker imprisoned on corruption charges, which was canceled after two consecutive terms as president from 2003-2010. .Bolsonaro is the first incumbent Brazilian president to lose a presidential election, and Lula has vowed to overturn his legacy, including gun support policies and the fragile protection of the Amazon rainforest. In a victory speech celebrating his victory, which Lula called his “lucky luck” because the system was open to fraud, he called the election a sign that the Brazilians “want more and less democracy.” Correction.” He promised to unite a deeply divided country. “I will rule 215 million Brazilians, not just for those who voted for me,” Lula said at his campaign headquarters. is not two places. We are one country, one people, one great nation.” The Supreme Court (TSE) said Lula received 50.9% of the vote and Bolsonaro received 49.1%. Lula’s inauguration is scheduled for January. Scheduled 1. Brazilian Election Lula has won the Brazilian election, becoming the largest country in Latin America, allowing the left to dominate all major economies in the region after a series of successful elections in recent years from Mexico to Argentina. A source from the Bolsonaro campaign told Reuters that the president would not be elected. Public remarks until Monday. The Bolsonaro campaign has not responded to requests for comment. He didn’t call me, and I don’t know if he’ll call or if he’ll admit my victory,” Lula told supporters to supporters in São Paulo. Paulista Street in Paulo. Contrary to Bolsonaro’s silence, Joe Biden Congratulations poured in on Lula from foreign heads of state, including the US President, Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and French President Emmanuel Macron.[1/6] Brazil’s former president and presidential candidate Luis Inacio Lula da Silva reacts during a rally on the night of the Brazilian presidential runoff in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on October 30, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana GreiBiden celebrates Lula’s victory over the ‘Liberals’. , fair and credible elections”, joined the praises of European and Latin American leaders. Brazil’s real currency and international listings of Brazilian stocks fall as investors measure speculation on the risk of Lula’s cabinet and Bolsonaro’s. As the market prepared for a volatile week, Bolsonaro’s close ally, Congressman Carla Zambelli, tweeted, “I promise. I will be the biggest opposition Lula has ever imagined.” Bolsonaro’s far-right populism came from the back of Congress to form a conservative coalition but lost support as Brazil fell into one of its worst deaths. International election observers said Sunday’s elections were run efficiently, one observer told Reuters that “the military auditors found no flaws in the integrity tests of the voting system.” Drivers said they had blocked highways in four major grain-producing provinces of Mato Grosso, a man said in a video circulating online that truck drivers planned to block a major highway and called for a military coup to prevent Lula from taking power. Introduced Lula to the world stage, where he promised a return to state-led economic growth and social policies that helped alleviate poverty for millions during his two terms as President from 2003 to 2010. After 15 years It hit an all-time high and made Brazil a leader in global climate talks.” Hatred and the denial of science,” said Rio de Janeiro doctor Ana Valeria Doria, 60, congratulated with alcohol. “It will not be easy for Lula to manage the department in this country. But for now, it’s pure happiness.” Lula’s second-term president, a former union leader born into poverty, was marked by a commodity-driven economic boom and resigned with record popularity, but his Labor party later suffered a severe recession and record-breaking economic downturn. Settled by a corruption scandal, imprisoned for 19 months for bribery and overturned by the Supreme Court last year, reported by Anthony Boadle and Ricardo Brito of Brasilia, Brian Ellsworth and Lisandra Paraguassu of São Paulo; written by Frank Jack Daniel; Edited by Brad Haynes, Lincoln Feast, Nick Macfie and Angus MacSwan Our Standard: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principle.
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