Dilma Rousseff: Democracy will win if Lula wins | News
The former president of Brazil Dilma Rousseff emphasized this Sunday that democracy will win in the event that the left-wing candidate Luis Inácio Lula da Silva obtains victory in the first round of the general elections held during the day in the South American nation.
TSE of Brazil highlights large influx of voters in presidential elections
In this sense, who was the Brazilian head of state in the presidential period from 2011 to 2016, Dilma Rousseff, who was dismissed by parliament, stressed that these elections constitute the most important general elections in the country since redemocratization.
"My expectation is that democracy wins and that means Lula's victory in the first round," emphasized the former president.
So far, the Supreme Electoral Court has indicated that more than 156 million Brazilian voters attend polling stations this day to exercise their right to vote safely and transparently in democratic elections, in respect of the popular will.
Likewise, it is worth pointing out that in the last poll published last Saturday, the former president and leader of the Workers' Party, Luis Inácio Lula da Silva, is positioned with possibilities to win the first round of the presidential elections, with 50 percent of the votes in favour; while the current dignitary, Jair Bolsonaro, obtained 36 percent.
After casting his vote, the presidential candidate of the Workers' Party kissed the voting receipt and emphasized that his intention is to take care of the Brazilian people.
"The country needs to recover as an institution, the country needs to recover before the world, and Brazil needs to apologize to 215 million Brazilians for the carelessness committed against the country and the people in the last four years," declared the leader.
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