Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Wednesday announced he was evaluating a cabinet reshuffle and also expressed doubts about running for a new term in office in October 2022.Add your comment!
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (2003-2011) Tuesday asked current President Jair Bolsonaro to stop being “stupid” and forecast the latter shall not be reelected in October 2022.Add your comment!
One day after saying he could not care less -but with a harsher vocabulary- about the Senatorial Committee (CPI) investigating his management of the coronavirus pandemic, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro called Superior Electoral Court (TSE) Justice Luís Roberto Barroso “an idiot.”
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Thursday warned he would not hand over his sash to anyone if he is beaten through electoral fraud.
Former Brazilian Presidents Fernando Henrique Cardoso (FHC) (1995-2002) and Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva (2003-2010) Friday shocked the country's political arena by holding a key meeting during which they agreed to support the latter in next year's elections against the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva would defeat the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro by a landslide if they both make it to the second round of next year's elections, a survey by Datafolha released Wednesday showed.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva's convictions were annulled Thursday by the country's Supreme Court (STF) in an 8-3 ruling which clears the Workers Party (PT) iconic figure to seek a new term in 2022.
Former Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso (1995-2002) said in a newspaper interview that Jair Bolsonaro wanted to take on ex-President Lula da Silva in the next elections. And he would beat him.
Former Brazilian President Lula da Silva launched on Wednesday the campaign for the 2022 presidential election, which is anticipated will be dominated by attacks on Jair Bolsonaro on the pandemic, a weak economy and deep political polarization.
The decision to annul former president Lula da Silva's conviction had an immediate effect in financial markets and scrambled forecasts for the 2022 Brazilian presidential race, with many investors betting it would polarize voters between right-wing populist president Jair Bolsonaro, and Lula, a left-wing populist but also his greatest opponent.