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Elections in Brazil
10 | November | 2018

Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right populist candidate, won the second round of the presidential election with 55% of the vote. In a campaign marked by controversial statements and a growing polarization in the Brazilian society, the defeated candidate, Fernando Haddad (45%), and the international community worry that the President-elected wants a return to dictatorship in the country.



Resources | Opinions & Analysis | Editorials | News
 

 

Resources
Jair Messias Bolsonaro [29/10/2018]
Roberto Ortiz de Zárate, CIDOB

Pesquisas eleitorais
Gazeta do Povo

Poll Tracker: Brazil's 2018 Presidential Election
Elizabeth Gonzalez, Council of the Americas

Sondagens
IBOPE

Sintonia Eleitoral
Globo

Explainer: A Who's Who in Brazil's 2018 Presidential Election Race
Brian Harper, Council of the Americas

Understanding the Issues
Brazil Institute

Get to Know Brazil's Diverse Electorate
Brazil Institute

Eleições 2018: as propostas de todos os candidatos a presidente do Brasil [17/08/22018]
BBC

  

Opinions & Analysis
What the Hell Happened in Brazil (Wonkish) [10/11/2018]
Paul Krugman, New York Times

The 2018 Presidential Elections in Brazil: A Turning Point? [08/11/2018]
Magna Inácio, Presidential Power

¿Qué política exterior tendrá Brasil? [07/11/2018]
Carlos Malamud, Elcano

Jair Bolsonaro’s Brazil [05/11/2018]
Silvia Merler, Bruegel

Brasil bajo Bolsonaro: desafíos inmediatos [05/11/2018]
Esther Solano Gallego, Elcano

The ordinary people making the world more right-wing [05/11/2018]
Richard Youngs, BBC

Why Sérgio Moro Took the Job – and Changed Car Wash Forever [02/11/2018]
Brian Winter, Americas Quarterly

Bolsonaro Can’t Destroy Brazilian Democracy [01/11/2018]
Omar G. Encarnación, Foreign Policy

Bolsonaro and the rise of the far right [01/11/2018]
AA.VV., The Guadian

Brazil’s new president: strongman at home, weak man abroad? [31/10/2018]
Harold Trinkunas, Brookings Institution

Brazil Shows What Happens When the Center Dies [31/10/2018]
Paul Mason, New Statesman

¿Es Bolsonaro el Trump de Brasil? Posibles cambios en política exterior [10/2018]
Susanne Gratius, CIDOB

Brazil’s incomplete democratic transition [31/10/2018]
Vinicius Mariano de Carvalho, Washington Post

Candidato populista, ¿presidente populista? [31/10/2018]
Juan Vicente Bachiller, Política Exterior

Why Bolsonaro won: beyond the cliches [31/10/2018]
Brian Mier, Brazil Wire

¿Cómo será la política exterior de Brasil con Bolsonaro? [30/10/2018]
Gilberto M. A. Rodrigues, ES Global

Brazil’s Foreign Policy Lurches Rightward [30/10/2018]
Robert Muggah, Global Observatory

In Brazil, Trumpism with a Nasty Twist [30/10/2018]
Jon Lee Anderson, New Yorker

Autoritarismo electoral [29/10/2018]
Javi López, Revista Contexto

Bolsonaro’s Victory Opens New Chapter for Brazil, But Path Forward is Uncertain [29/10/2018]
Paulo Sotero, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

El declive de la democracia en América Latina [29/10/2018]
Boris Yopo, The Clinic

What to Expect from a Bolsonaro Presidency in Brazil [29/10/2018]
Richard Lapper, Chatham House

Três cenários para Bolsonaro [29/10/2018]
Rogério Bastos Arantes, Jota

The Military Is Back in Brazil [29/10/2018]
Michael Albertus, Foreign Policy

Fear and anger won the election in Brazil. It’s a wake-up call to the world [29/10/2018]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

Brazil-China Ties to Face Test under Bolsonaro [29/10/2018]
Oliver Stuenkel, Americas Quarterly

Trumpism Comes to Brazil [28/10/2018]
Roberto Simon & Brian Winter, Foreign Affairs

A relação do novo presidente Jair Bolsonaro com o Congresso [28/10/2018]
Raquel Alves, Jota

A sombra de si mesmo [26/10/2018]
Christian Ingo Lenz Dunker, Epoca

Why Do Brazil's Evangelicals Support Bolsonaro? [26/10/2018]
Eric Farnsworth, Providence Mag

«Bolsonaro va mettre en place un régime fascisant» [26/10/2018]
Entrevista a Maud Chirio, Le Monde

Sócrates and Brazilian Democracy [26/10/2018]
Andrew Downie, London Review of Books

Lourde menace pour la jeune démocratie brésilienne [25/10/2018]
Celso Amorim, Frei Betto, José Bové, Chico Buarque, Ada Colau, Noam Chomsky, Karima Delli, Benoît Hamon, Naomi Klein, PierreLaurent, Noël Mamère, Bill McKibben, Joana Mortágua, Bresser Pereira, Carol Proner, Paulo Sérgio Pinheiro, Chico Whitaker, Libération

Cuatro claves de las presidenciales en Brasil [25/10/2018]
Esther Solano Gallego, Política Exterior

Bolsonaro threatens the world, not just Brazil’s fledgling democracy [25/10/2018]
Noam Chomsky and 14 others, The Guardian

Why is Democracy Faltering? [25/10/2018]
Kaushik Basu - Project Syndicate

Na encruzilhada [24/10/2018]
Maria Herminia Tavares de Almeida, A Folha de S. Paulo

Brazil Prepares to Elect a Hypocrite [24/10/2018]
Vanessa Barbara, New York Times

Bolsonaro Should Follow Lula's 2003 Example [24/10/2018]
Patricio Navia, Global Americans

Aos indecisos, aos que se anulam, aos que preferem não [24/10/2018]
Eliane Brum, El País

Our planet can’t take many more populists like Brazil’s Bolsonaro [24/10/2018]
Jonathan Watts, The Guardian

Democracy is in crisis in Latin America. Brazil may be the next trouble spot. [22/10/2018]
Luis Schenoni & Scott Mainwaring, Washington Post

El futuro político de Brasil [20/10/2018]
Fernando Henrique Cardoso, El País

How Brazil's Bolsonaro threatens the planet [19/10/2018]
Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post

Tempos de Bolsonaro [13/10/2018]
Álvaro Guzmán Bastida, El País

Elecciones en Brasil: ¿Orden versus Progreso? [10/2018]
Anna Ayuso, CIDOB

'Não estou vendendo a minha alma ao diabo', diz FHC [13/10/2018]
Entrevista a Fernando Henrique Cardoso, O Estado de S. Paulo

"A democracia brasileira corre risco zero" [13/10/2018]
Entrevista a Carlos Pereira, Época

The winners and losers of Brazil’s elections [12/10/2018]
Valeria Saccone, Global Americans

El enigma Jair Bolsonaro, un nacionalista (ultra) haciendo de liberal [12/10/2018]
Marcelo Cantelmi, Clarín

¿Por qué es posible y hasta probable la victoria de Haddad sobre Bolsonaro en la segunda vuelta? [11/10/2018]
Juarez Guimarães, Publico

Brazil's Vote: The Role of Disinformation in the 2018 Elections [11/10/2018]
AA.VV., Atlantic Council

Brazil’s authoritarian without an army [11/10/2018]
The Economist

Electoral Tsunami Sweeps Bolsonaro Closer to Brazilian Presidency [09/10/2018]
Paulo Sotero, Wilson Center

“Acusaram o PT de imitar a Venezuela, mas é Bolsonaro quem se espelha no processo de lá” [09/10/2018]
Entrevista a Maria Hermínia Tavares, El País

What to Expect from Jair Bolsonaro [09/10/2018]
Brian Winter, Americas Quarterly

A renovação conservadora na Câmara [09/10/2018]
Oswaldo E. Do Amaral, El País

Bolsonaro Ascendant: The Similarities to Rodrigo Duterte [09/10/2018]
Joshua Kurlantzick, CFR

Como resistir em tempos brutos [09/10/2018]
Eliane Brum, El País

Brazil: can its poorest region call a halt to Jair Bolsonaro’s dangerous politics? [08/10/2018]
Courtney J. Campbell, The Conversation

Brasil a un paso del abismo [08/10/2018]
Juan Vicente Bachiller, Política Exterior

‘Disillusioned’ Brazilians choose Bolsonaro, Haddad after a tense and violent campaign [08/10/2018]
Hélder Ferreira do Vale, The Conversation

Jair Bolsonaro and the return of strongman rule [08/10/2018]
Gideon Rachman, Financial Times

Capacidade de construir consenso definirá vitorioso entre Bolsonaro e Haddad [08/10/2018]
Plínio Fraga, Epoca

Brazil’s Fiery Far-Right Presidential Favorite Channels Trump [06/10/2018]
Chayenne Polimédio, The Atlantic

As elites que escolhem Bolsonaro colocam em risco as vidas de outros [06/10/2018]
Flávia Marreiro, El País

Brazilian Democracy on the Brink [05/10/2018]
Robert Muggah, Project Syndicate

Jair Bolsonaro’s Model Isn’t Berlusconi. It’s Goebbels. [05/10/2018]
Federico Finchelstein, Foreign Policy

Why is Brazil becoming politically radicalized? [04/10/2018]
Helder Ferreira do Vale, Political Studies Association

Sexism, racism drive more black women to run for office in both Brazil and US [04/10/2018]
Kia Lilly Caldwell, The Conversation

The Brazilian elections [04/10/2018]
Esther Solano Gallego, Elcano

Brazil’s Election: What to Know [04/10/2018]
Rocio Cara Labrador, CFR

The Bolsonaro Effect [04/10/2018]
Rosana Pinheiro-Machado & Lucia Mury Scalco, Jacobin

Mujeres versus ‘o coiso’ [03/10/2018]
Eliane Brum, El País

A new Brazil, a new left [03/10/2018]
José Maurício Domingues, Open Democracy

Los ‘lobbies’ más poderosos en Brasil [03/10/2018]
Heriberto Araújo, ES Global

Is Brazil heading towards a military dictatorship? [03/10/2018]
Raphael Tsavkko Garcia, Al Jazeera

How to Fix Brazil’s Economy [02/10/2018]
Otaviano Canuto, Project Syndicate

The Strongman vs. the Prisoner vs. the Mountain Hermit [02/10/2018]
Vanessa Barbara, The New York Times

Brazil votes on Sunday. And Brazilian women have a better chance at reshaping its politics than ever before. [02/10/2018]
Malu A. C. Gatto, Pedro A. G. dos Santos and Kristin N. Wylie, Washington Post

Brazil Election 2018: An Investor’s Guide [02/10/2018]
J.P. Morgan

The Decline and Fall of Brazil’s Political Establishment [01/10/2018]
Eduardo Mello, Foreign Affairs

Brazil 2018: The Case for Fernando Haddad [01/10/2018]
Oliver Stuenkel, Americas Quarterly

Bolsonaro: amenaza ultra en Brasil [01/10/2018]
Tom C. Avendaño, El País

O Que Bolsonaro Revela Sobre O Voto [01/10/2018]
Miguel Lago, Piauí

Brazil’s Trumpian Candidate [30/09/2018]
Mary Anastasia O’Grady, Wall Street Journal

Oposição a Bolsonaro repete erros dos EUA [29/09/2018]
Brian Winter, Folha de S. Paulo

The Looming Military Coup in Brazil? [28/09/2018]
Rodrigo Zeidan, Americas Quarterly

Três mitos sobre uma presidência de Bolsonaro [27/09/2018]
Steven Levitsky, Folha de S. Paulo

Ameaça nas eleições vem da extrema direita [27/09/2018]
Maria Herminia Tavares de Almeida, Folha de S. Paulo

Justice or Democracy in Brazil? [27/09/2018]
Jorge G. Castañeda, Project Syndicate

“O problema do Bolsonaro é do PSDB e DEM. Sem Lula, temos Ciro e Haddad” [26/09/2018]
Entrevista a José Dirceu, El País

Manifesto da ABCP em defesa da democracia [25/09/2018]
Associação Brasileira de Ciência Política

Eleições 2018: o que pensa Fernando Haddad sobre política externa [24/09/2018]
Entrevista a Fernando Haddad, Exame

AP Interview: Brazil’s Temer denies graft, defends legacy [24/09/2018]
Entrevista a Michel Temer, Associated Press

Las elecciones brasileñas [20/09/2018]
Esther Solano Gallego, Elcano

The anger vote: the new (or not so new) Latin American electoral phenomenon [20/09/2018]
Carlos Malamud and Rogelio Núñez, Real Instituto Elcano

Is Brazil’s presidential front-runner Jair Bolsonaro the Latin American Donald Trump? Nope. [19/09/2018]
Felipe Krause & André Borges, Washington Post

Brazil’s Explosive Election: Democracy at Stake [18/09/2018]
Adam Mitchell, Spectator

Brasil: ¿Puede ahora Bolsonaro ganar las elecciones? [10/09/2018]
Ines Capdevila, La Nacion

How a Candidate’s Stabbing Will Further Radicalize Brazil [07/09/2018]
Eduardo Mello, Foreign Policy

Brazil’s most popular politician, Lula, won’t be on the October presidential ballot. Here’s what comes next. [05/09/2018]
Brett J. Kyle & Andrew G. Reiter, Washington Post

Brazil’s light pink tide and its legacy [28/08/2018]
Sérgio Costa, Open Democracy

Why Lula Should Be Allowed to Run for President [21/08/2018]
Jorge G. Castañeda, New York Times

#LulaLivre: 4 things you should know [17/08/2018]
DEMOCRACIAABIERTA, Open Democracy

Fed Up With Corrupt Politicians, Can Brazilians Resist the Lure of Demagogues? [26/07/2018]
Frida Ghitis, World Politics Review

Brazil’s Simmering Democratic Demise [04/07/2018]
Katie Hillegass, War on the Rocks

It’s Lula Forever in Brazil’s Northeast [03/07/2018]
Richard Lapper, Americas Quarterly

Pessimism About Brazil Is Overblown [17/06/2018]
Oliver Stuenkel, Americas Quarterly

Why Markets Should Be Skeptical of Jair Bolsonaro [13/06/2018]
Pedro Abramovay, Americas Quarterly

Lula da Silva is in jail — and he’s still Brazil’s leading candidate for president. Here are 3 ways that could turn out. [16/04/2018]
Déborah B.L. Farias, Washington Post

A president in prison won't solve the crisis in Brazil [12/04/2018]
Rodrigo Nunes, Al Jazeera

 

Editorials
A global danger [30/10/2018]
The Guardian

Brazil Lurches to the Right [30/10/2018]
New York Times

Brésil: inquiétant retour du passé [29/10/2018]
Le Monde

Constituição acima de todos [29/10/2018]
A Folha

Uma eleição não sela o destino de um país [28/10/2018]
Revista Forum

Jair Bolsonaro and the perversion of liberalism [25/10/2018]
The Economist

Brazil’s Sad Choice [21/10/2018]
New York Times

Opportunity for Brazil [11/10/2018]
Washington Times

Brazil alters a 'destiny' of corruption [11/10/2018]
Christian Science Monitor

A eleição e a importância dos temas morais [10/10/2018]
Gazeta do Povo

La hora de Brasil [09/10/2018]
El País

Brazilian Swamp Drainer [08/10/2018]
Wall Street Journal

Brazil's Depressing Election [05/10/2018]
Bloomberg View

Democracy in danger [04/10/2018]
The Guardian

A populist haze — on Brazil polls [04/10/2018]
The Hindu

O dia seguinte [01/10/2018]
Estadão

Brazil’s WhatsApp election campaign [27/09/2018]
CS Monitor

El voto brasileño [25/09/2018]
El País

Jair Bolsonaro, Latin America’s Latest Menace [20/09/2018]
The Economist

Brésil: le naufrage d’une nation [08/09/2018]
Le Monde

High suspense in Brazil’s general election [09/08/2018]
The Economist

 

News
Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s new president, sees environmental laws as barriers to wealth. The fate of the Amazon is at stake. [10/11/2018]
New York Times

Os recados do STF a Bolsonaro sobre “autoritarismo” e projeto “Escola Sem Partido” [01/11/2018]
Gil Alessi, El País

Jair Bolsonaro seeks top judge to become Brazil justice minister [30/10/2018]
BBC

Presidente eleito, Jair Bolsonaro é entrevistado no Jornal Nacional [29/10/2018]
Globo

“A collapse of the center”: why fringe movements are winning around the world [29/10/2018]
Alex Ward, Vox

Risco à democracia com Bolsonaro é muito baixo, avalia Eurasia [29/10/2018]
Sergio Lamucci, Valor

Capitalismo esclarecido e populismo de Bolsonaro aproximarão o Brasil dos EUA, diz Steve Bannon [29/10/2018]
A Folha

As promessas de Bolsonaro Segurança, trabalho, educação: o que deve mudar no Brasil em 2019 com uma nova equipe no governo federal [29/10/2018]
Gabriela Fujita, UOL

«Vous valez mieux que Bolsonaro», un soir d'élection sous tension au Brésil [29/10/2018]
Chantal Rayes, Libération

What will a Bolsonaro government look like? [29/10/2018]
Dom Phillips, The Guardian

Disillusioned Brazilians swap politics of hope for politics of anger and despair [29/10/2018]
Simon Tisdall, The Guardian

Mesmo derrotado, Haddad venceu na maioria das cidades do país [29/10/2018]
UOL

Trump vows close ties with Brazil's Bolsonaro on trade, military [29/10/2018]
Reuters

Brazil elects far-right president, worrying rights groups [29/10/2018]
Sarah Dilorenzo, Peter Prengaman & Mauricio Savarese, Associated Press

La corrupción, la inseguridad y el apoyo de los evangélicos llevan a Bolsonaro a la presidencia [29/10/2018]
Miguel Charte, RTVE

Brazil president-elect pledges fiscal reform, new diplomatic ties [28/10/2018]
Reuters

Election au Brésil: Jair Bolsonaro, ou la faillite de la classe politique [28/10/2018]
Claire Gatinois, Le Monde

Boulos anuncia resistência: “Entre a prisão e o exílio, nós escolhemos as ruas” [28/10/2018]
Revista Forum

VÍDEO: Após fim da apuração, militares do Exército desfilam em Niterói entre apoiadores de Bolsonaro [28/10/2018]
Revista Forum

Jair Bolsonaro beyond the sound bites: What are his policies? [28/10/2018]
BBC News

Jair Bolsonaro Wins Brazil’s Presidency, in a Shift to the Far Right [28/10/2018]
Ernesto Londoño and Shasta Darlington, New York Times

Brésil: Bolsonaro joue l’incorruptible [26/10/2018]
Chantal Rayes, Libération

«Infox » au Brésil: comment les fausses informations ont inondé WhatsApp [26/10/2018]
Michaël Szadkowski, Le Monde

Brazil presidential candidate Bolsonaro's lead over leftist narrows: poll [25/10/2018]
Reuters

The three types of WhatsApp users getting Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro elected [25/10/2018]
David Nemer, The Guardian

Elections au Brésil: ultralibéral et antisystème, le programme de Jair Bolsonaro [25/10/2018]
Dorian Girard, Le Monde

Ibope: Na cidade de SP, Haddad aparece com 51% dos votos, e Bolsonaro, 49% [25/10/2018]
Luiz Alberto Gomes, UOL

Bolsonaro arrasa nas cidades mais brancas e ricas; Haddad nas mais negras e pobres [25/10/2018]
El País

Rejeição a tucano 'contamina' Bolsodoria na capital [24/10/2018]
Julia Duailibi, Globo

Foreseeing landslide victory, Brazil's Bolsonaro begins considering Cabinet picks [24/10/2018]
Reuters

The squadron of ex-military men behind Bolsonaro's rise in Brazil [23/10/2018]
Brad Brooks, Anthony Boadle, Reuters

Haddad defende punição exemplar a petistas que enriqueceram na política [23/10/2018]
Catia Seabra, Folha de S. Paulo

Migração do 'voto Ciro' no Ceará vai de outdoor de Bolsonaro a apoio a petista [23/10/2018]
Folha de S. Paulo

Bolsonaro's pledge to return Brazil to past alarms survivors of dictatorship [22/10/2018]
Lucinda Elliott & Tom Phillips, The Guardian

Marina Silva declara apoio crítico a Fernando Haddad [22/10/2018]
Patrícia Pasquini & Marina Dias, Folha de S. Paulo

Haddad chama Bolsonaro de 'chefe de milícia' e diz que Guedes é 'Temer piorado' [21/10/2018]
O Estado de S.Paulo

Jair Bolsonaro accused of creating 'criminal network' to spread fake news in Brazil election [18/10/2018]
Telegraph

Brazil’s Bitter Presidential Race Leads to Scores of Assaults [18/10/2018]
Manuela Andreoni, New York Times

Brazil presidential candidates woo religious leaders [17/10/2018]
Washington Post

Nordeste, o último campo de batalha das eleições brasileiras [17/10/2018]
Marina Rossi, El País

‘We are headed for a very dark period.’ Brazil’s researchers fear election of far-right presidential candidate [16/10/2018]
Herton Escobar, Science Magazine

A K.K.K. Endorsement? No Thanks, Says Brazil’s Top Presidential Candidate [16/10/2018]
Shasta Darlington, New York Times

‘Onda Bolsonaro’ deve impulsionar projetos conservadores no Congresso [16/10/2018]
Ricardo Della Coletta, El País

En busca de votos, Bolsonaro y Haddad maquillan sus discursos [14/10/2018]
La Nacion

Bolsonaro y Haddad, en una guerra sucia en el arranque de la campaña para el ballottage [13/10/2018]
La Nacion

Se algum dirigente do PT errou, tem que ir para a cadeia, diz Haddad [13/10/2018]
Gabriela Ruic, Exame

Jovens, militares e empresários serão a base do PSL no Congresso [13/10/2018]
Exame

Meta de emprego, independência: o que Bolsonaro e Haddad propõem para o Banco Central [13/10/2018]
Jéssica Sant’Ana, Gazeta do Povo

Bolsonaro diz que aceita realizar debate com Haddad, com condições [13/10/2018]
ESTADÃO

Candidatos a governos estaduais ajudam Bolsonaro nas redes sociais [13/10/2018]
Época

'Flowering of hate': bitter election brings wave of political violence to Brazil [12/10/2018]
Dom Phillips, The Guardian

A internacional ultra-liberal de Bannon, a ascensão de Bolsonaro e a bomba atômica antipetista [12/10/2018]
Plinio Teodoro, Revista Forum

10 coisas que você talvez não saiba sobre a direita dura e a ultra-direita na América Latina [12/10/2018]
Ariel Palácios, Época

Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s Would-be Dictator [12/10/2018]
Vincent Bevins, New York Review of Books

Brazil’s gun-loving Bolsonaro clan seeks to build political dynasty [12/10/2018]
Joe Leahy and Andres Schipani, Financial Times

Câmara dos Deputados fica mais jovem, mais militar e mais feminina [11/10/2018]
Mariana Haubert, Camila Turtelli e Carla Bridi, O Estado de S.Paulo

PSDB pode se reinventar ou dar guinada à direita e sumir, diz especialista [11/10/2018]
Ingrid Fagundez, UOL

The new Venezuela? Brazil populist Bolsonaro's scare tactic gains traction [11/10/2018]
Tom Phillips and Dom Phillips, The Guardian

'Bolsonaro pode terminar de esvaziar o significado dos BRICS', diz especialista [11/10/2018]
Sputnik News

Apoiadores de Bolsonaro realizaram pelo menos 50 ataques em todo o país [11/10/2018]
Alice Maciel, Thays Lavor, Gabriele Roza, Alexsandro Ribeiro e José Lázaro Jr, Exame

Bancada Ativista, em SP, e Juntas, em PE, chegam ao Legislativo no primeiro teste dos mandatos colectivos [11/10/2018]
Cleide Carvalho e Larissa Infante, Época

Brazilian bankers warm towards Jair Bolsonaro [10/10/2018]
John Paul Rathbone and Joe Leahy, Financial Times

Datafolha mostra Bolsonaro com 58% e Haddad, 42%, na largada do 2º turno [10/10/2018]
Igor Gielow, Folha

Brazilian prosecutors probe Jair Bolsonaro’s economic adviser [10/10/2018]
Joe Leahy and Andres Schipani, Financial Times

Brazil battles fake news 'tsunami' amid polarized presidential election [10/10/2018]
Tom Phillips, The Guardian

'Estado' explica as principais propostas de Bolsonaro e Haddad [09/10/2018]
O Estado de S. Paulo

PSDB decide não apoiar Bolsonaro nem Haddad e libera diretórios para fazer a escolha que quiserem [09/10/2018]
Gustavo Garcia, G1

Brazil's far-right frontrunner Bolsonaro vows to rule with 'authority not authoritarianism' [09/10/2018]
Tom Phillips, The Guardian

Saiba qual é a política externa de Bolsonaro e Haddad [09/10/2018]
O Tempo

Aliança de centro-esquerda não bastará para derrotar Bolsonaro, dizem analistas [08/10/2018]
Folha de São Paulo

Brazil Edges Toward Bolsonaro as a ‘Last Resort’ Leader [08/10/2018]
Ernesto Londoño and Manuela Andreoni, New York Times

CNBB pede a católicos que elejam candidatos favoráveis à democracia [08/10/2018]
Janaina Garcia, UOL

Haddad e Bolsonaro negam que vão propor nova Constituição [08/10/2018]
Estêvão Bertoni e João Pedroso de Campos, Veja

Brazil to See 13 States and Brasília Hold Second Round Governor Elections [08/10/2018]
The Rio Times

In Brazil, only the grandest of coalitions can now defeat Bolsonaro [08/10/2018]
Tom Phillips, The Guardian

Brazilian assets leap after Bolsonaro wins first round vote [08/10/2018]
Pan Kwan Yuk, Financial Times

Congresso será o mais conservador das últimas três décadas [08/10/2018]
Lydia Medeiros, Época

Onda conservadora leva Bolsonaro fortalecido para embate final contra PT [08/10/2018]
Carla Jiménez, El País

Vitória de Bolsonaro em Portugal reflete perfil do imigrante, diz pesquisador [08/10/2018]
Giuliana Miranda, Folha de S. Paulo

Election au Brésil : une campagne marquée par la diffusion de « fake news » [08/10/2018]
Claire Gatinois, Le Monde

Precisamos entender as ideias de Bolsonaro, diz Amoêdo sobre apoio no 2º turno [08/10/2018]
Italo Nogueira, Folhapress

Haine anti-Lula, «dégagisme»… les enjeux des élections au Brésil [07/10/2018]
Claire Gatinois, Le Monde

Como Bolsonaro se tornou o candidato dos evangélicos [06/10/2018]
Bruno Abbud, Epoca

Au Brésil, l’essor spectaculaire des évangéliques (VISUEL INTERACTIF) [06/10/2018]
Flavie Holzinger, Dario Ingiusto, Xemartin Laborde et Charlotte Recoquillon, Le Monde

Eleições 2018: A difícil (mas possível) matemática que poderia levar Bolsonaro a vencer no primeiro turno [05/10/2018]
Amanda Rossi e Mariana Schreiber, BBC News

A tres días de las elecciones, Brasil está en venta [04/10/2018]
Clarín

'Brazil is at war': election plays out amid homicidal violence [04/10/2018]
Tom Phillips, The Guardian

La alargada e incómoda sombra de los militares en las elecciones brasileñas [04/10/2018]
Felipe Betim, El País

Brazilians in search of security look to Jair Bolsonaro [04/10/2018]
Financial Times

Cenário eleitoral é favorável para variações na reta final [04/10/2018]
Mauro Paulino e Alessandro Janoni, Folha

In Brazil, Big Plans and No Money [03/10/2018]
Paulo Trevisani and Jeffrey T. Lewis, Wall Street Journal

Nos votos válidos, Bolsonaro tem 38% e Haddad atinge 28%; Nos votos totais, ambos oscilam positivamente [03/10/2018]
IBOPE

Brazil far-right candidate gains women voters, despite sexist remarks [03/10/2018]
Gabriel Stargardter & Anthony Boadle, Reuters

A cinco días de las elecciones, todos los escenarios en Brasil [03/10/2018]
El Observador

Projecting Brazil’s Senate races [03/10/2018]
The Brazilian Report

Brazil dealmakers seen emerging from hibernation after election [03/10/2018]
Carolina Mandl &Tatiana Bautzer, Reuters

"Ações em alta e dólar caindo: o mercado escolheu o lado de Bolsonaro?" [03/10/2018]
Gazeta do Povo

A relação de Bolsonaro com a extrema direita internacional [03/10/2018]
João Paulo Charleaux, NEXO

Second Poll Confirms Far-Right Candidate’s Rising Support Levels [03/10/2018]
Bruce Douglas, Bloomberg

Brazil’s TV titan seen as election kingmaker [03/10/2018]
Andres Schipani, Financial Times

Maioria dos eleitores está triste e está com raiva da situação do país [03/10/2018]
Datafolha

Brazil dealmakers seen emerging from hibernation after election [03/10/2018]
Carolina Mandl and Tatiana Bautzer, Business Standard

A rejeição dos candidatos ao Planalto por perfil de eleitor [03/10/2018]
Rodolfo Almeida, Gabriel Zanlorenssi e Gabriel Maia NEXO

Political polarisation intensifies before Brazil's elections [02/10/2018]
David Child & João Pedro Soares, Al Jazeera

Candidatos à Presidência querem alterar reforma trabalhista de Temer [02/10/2018]
Anaïs Fernandes, Folha de S. Paulo

Brazil's powerful farm lobby endorses far-right presidential candidate Bolsonaro [02/10/2018]
Reuters

Brazil presidential debate highlights deep election divides [01/10/2018]
David Child & Joao Pedro Soares, Al Jazeera

Mesmo Com #ELENÃO, Bolsonaro Cresce Mais Entre Mulheres [01/10/2018]
José Roberto de Toledo, Piauí

Why Brazil's business elites are warming to a far-right flamethrower for president [01/10/2018]
Tatiana Bautzer, Marcela Ayres, Christian Plumb, Reuters

In charts: what is bothering the Brazilians? [01/10/2018]
Valentina Romei & Andres Schipani, Financial Times

Bolsonaro quer evitar empate técnico com Haddad [01/10/2018]
Valdo Cruz, Globo

Why Brazil's Business Elites Are Warming to a Far-Right Flamethrower for President [01/10/2018]
New York Times

Hundreds of candidates in Brazil election accused of corruption [01/10/2018]
Lucia Newman, Al Jazeera

Eleições 2018: elite de esquerda era maioria em protesto #EleNão contra Bolsonaro em SP, aponta pesquisa da USP [01/10/2018]
Mariana Schreiber, BBC News

Massive Election Rallies Reflect Deep Divisions in Brazil [30/09/2018]
Luciana Magalhaes & Samantha Pearson, The Wall Street Journal

Constituição mudou preferência eleitoral dos mais pobres, diz professora [30/09/2018]
Marta Arretche, Folha de S. Paulo

Au Brésil, les femmes dans la rue pour dire «jamais» au candidat d’extrême droite [30/09/2018]
Claire Gatinois, Le Monde

Um Protesto Histórico, Menos Na Tevê [29/09/2018]
José Roberto de Toledo, Piauí

Journey to Brazil's heart: across 2,600 miles and seven states, we ask – how will Brazilians vote? [29/09/2018]
Tom Phillips, The Guardian

Marina Silva quer mais atenção às fronteiras na luta ao contrabando [27/09/2018]
Veja

How social media exposed the fractures in Brazilian democracy [27/09/2018]
Joe Leahy and Andres Schipani, Financial Times

Près de la prison de Lula: «Bolsonaro, lui, n’a pas volé» [26/09/2018]
Claire Gatinois, Le Monde

Brazil election: top contenders from left to far-right [26/09/2018]
Andres Schipani, Financial Times

Pesquisa Ibope: Bolsonaro estanca em 28% e Haddad encurta distância e vai a 22% [25/09/2018]
El País

Ibope: Em SP, Bolsonaro mantém liderança e sobe para 33% [25/09/2018]
Daniel Bramatti, Estadão

Jair Bolsonaro, Candidate in Brazil, Faces Women’s Calls: #NotHim [24/09/2018]
Shasta Darlington, New York Times

Brazil Gun Maker’s 140% Rally Looks as Uncertain as Election [24/09/2018]
Vinicius Andrade, Washington Post

In Divisive Brazilian Election, Even Nazis Are Up for Debate [21/09/2018]
Rick Noack, The Washington Post

Au Brésil, une campagne électorale sur les cendres du Musée de Rio [21/09/2018]
Claire Gatinois, Le Monde

“Haddad está no segundo turno, Bolsonaro ainda não”, diz estatístico de campanhas [21/09/2018]
R. Borges, El País

Datafolha: Bolsonaro tem 28% e Haddad vai a 16% [20/09/2018]
João Pedro Caleiro, EXAME

Em carta, FHC pede união contra candidatos radicais para evitar agravamento da crise [20/09/2018]
Folha de S. Paulo

A scary election in Brazil: Many parties, lots of pork [20/09/2018]
The Economist

Eleições 2018: o que pensa Geraldo Alckmin sobre política externa [19/09/2018]
Gabriela Ruic, EXAME

Fernando Haddad aims to be Brazil's new Lula – but does anyone know who he is? [18/09/2018]
Dom Phillips, The Guardian

Haddad diz que não vai conceder indulto a Lula se for eleito presidente [18/09/2018]
Edson Sardinha, Congresso em Foco

Growing army influence on Brazilian elections causes a stir [17/09/2018]
Louis Genot, Dawn

Brésil : la telenovela tragique de l'élection présidentielle [15/09/2018]
Claire Meynial, Le Point

L'armée très présente dans l'élection au Brésil [14/09/2018]
La Croix

'He's not perfect': why do so many Brazilians support rightwinger Jair Bolsonaro? [14/09/2018]
Dom Phillips, The Guardian

Evangelicals, growing force in Brazil, to impact elections [14/09/2018]
Star Tribune

Brésil: Lula renonce à se présenter et cède sa place à Fernando Haddad [12/09/2018]
Claire Gatinois, Le Monde

Brésil: une campagne présidentielle à rebondissements [11/09/2018]
Morgane Rubetti, Le Figaro

Brazil presidential election: candidates on both sides charged with corruption [06/09/2018]
Anna Jean Kaiser, The Guardian

Brazil: What next after Lula's election ban? [01/09/2018]
Euan Marshall, Al Jazeera

Elecciones en Brasil: el voto en blanco o nulo es favorito [22/08/2018]
Valeria Saccone, ES Global

Pesquisa Ibope: Lula, 37%; Bolsonaro, 18%; Marina, 6%; Ciro, 5%; Alckmin, 5% [20/08/2018]
G1

Economic reform risks being the loser in Brazil’s election [12/07/2018]
Joe Leahy and Andres Schipani, Financial Times

Bolsonaro defende generais em ministérios e diz que presidentes anteriores nomearam [04/07/2018]
Daniel Carvalho & Marina Dias, A Folha

Bolsonaro Stays Strong in Brazil Presidential Race After Trucker Strike [10/06/2018]
Reuters

Brazil’s Temer Backs Former Finance Chief for President [23/05/2018]
Simone Preissler Iglesias, Bloomberg

O que eles pensam? [23/04/2018]
A Folha

Brésil: et si Michel Temer était candidat à sa succession? [26/02/2018]
Le Point

Likely Centrist Brazil Presidential Contender Says He Would Sell Petrobras [26/02/2018]
VOA

As Lula is convicted again, Brazil faces an uncertain election [24/01/2018]
Gustavo Ribeiro, Brazilian Report

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