Neves crosses accusations with Rousseff in the first broadcast debate

Opposition leader Aécio Neves, in the race for the Brazilian Presidency with the current head of state, Dilma Rousseff, yesterday took the opportunity during the first of four broadcast debates, agreed between them, to criticize the government for the economic crisis and...

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...

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...

“There are no specific allegations”, Rousseff said in defense of her Government

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said on September 7 that there are no specific allegations against members of her Government in the allegations about the press by a supposed case of corruption in the state oil company Petrobras. “I think that (the allegation) does not...

Silva ensures that being christian generates “prejudice” in media

Environmentalist Marina Silva, whom the polls show as favorite for the presidential elections in October in Brazil, said on September 4 that she feels that herreligion condition generates “prejudice.” The candidate of the Brazilian Socialist Party complained in an...