Silva will direct her support to Neves for the second round of elections in Brazil

The former presidential candidate of Brazil, Marina Silva, will support the Social Democrat Aécio Neves to defeat Dilma Rousseff in the second round, the O Globo newspaper reported. Instead of asking for a charge in return, as a tradition in Brazilian politics, the environmental...

Brazil expects a runoff election between Rousseff and Neves

The Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff, was the most voted in the elections of October 5, with 41.39%, and will disput a second round with the Social Democratic Aécio Neves (33.78%), having scrutinized the 97.98% of the total, according to the latest official data. In third...

Brazilians go to the polls to choose their president

More than 142 million Brazilians begun convened to vote the election day this Sunday divided between strong desire for change and a commitment to the continuity of the social achievements of the current government, which seeks reelection. Polling stations opened at 08H00 (11H00...

Rousseff would win the presidency in a runoff against Marina Silva

President Dilma Rousseff amounts to about 40% of voting intentions, followed by the environmentalist Marina Silva (25%) and the Social Democrat Aécio Neves (20%), according to the latest polls. In a possible second round, scheduled for October 26, if no one candidate wins more...

Attacking presidential debate six days from elections in Brazil

The election campaign heats up six days from an election with an uncertain ending in Brazil, with crossed attacks in the midst of polls showing the current President Dilma Rousseff strengthening against the candidate Marina Silva, although both are still tied in a likely ballot....

President Rousseff would sweep with 15 million of votes in the next elections

The latest survey published in Brazil has shaken again the campaign and the country by revealing something that seemed impossible a month ago: President Dilma Rousseff, is again as the likely winner of the next election, on October 5, with appreciable distance . Despite in late...

Catholic majority supports Rousseff according to surveys

The latest polls indicate that Dilma Rousseff has the support of 40% of the Catholic voters while Marina Silva the 31%. Silva, on the other hand, leads among protestants by 43% to 32%. Catholics are the majority of Brazilian voters. They total 123 million, around a 65% of the...

Polling agency provides technical tie between Rousseff and Silva

President Dilma Rousseff reduced the distance that separates her from environmentalist Marina Silva in a possible second round of presidential elections on October in Brazil, revealed on 9 September a survey by the MDA firm, which indicates a tie between the two candidates....
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