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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Fantasy Democracy in Brazil
by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)
No Brazilian presidential candidate won a majority of the vote on Sunday.
On October 28, hardline Social Liberal Party (PSL) candidate Jair Bolsonaro will face Workers Party (PT) aspirant Fernando Haddad, the runoff election to determine Brazil's next president. More on this below.
In 2016, the Obama regime orchestrated the ouster of democratically elected Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff – a political coup d'etat to install illegitimate fascist rule.
Despite no evidence linking her to wrongdoing, she was impeached in April 2016, ousted from office in August.
US favorite Michel Temer was illegally installed to serve out the remainder of her term – despite a Sao Paulo court having found him guilty of corruption, declaring him ineligible to run for political office for eight years.
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