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Sports: Presidential election in Brazil has started

Brazil: Secur designer, close to victims of COVID, Denison Vilar is a candidate for the regional

 Brazil: Secur designer, close to victims of COVID, Denison Vilar is a candidate for the regional © Achim Lippold/RFI Denison Vilar, rescuer of the Samu of the city of Manaus. He decided to present himself for the Christian Democracy Party (right) in the Amazon State Legislative Elections (which will take place at the same time as the presidential election on October 2). He is seeking a parliamentarian position in next Sunday regional elections to participate in the reconstruction of a deliquescent health system.

in the politically deeply split Brazil started the presidential election on Sunday. More than 156 Brazilians were called to give up their vote until 5 p.m. (10 p.m. CEST). In the surveys, ex-President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva recently led to the right-wing radical incumbent Jair Bolsonaro.

Im politisch tief gespaltenen Brasilien hat die Präsidentschaftswahl begonnen. Mehr als 156 Brasilianer und Brasilianierinnen sind dazu aufgerufen, bis 17.00 Uhr (22.00 Uhr MESZ) ihre Stimme abzugeben. © Miguel Schincariol in the politically deeply divided Brazil has started the presidential election. More than 156 Brazilians are called to hand over their vote until 5 p.m. (10 p.m. CEST).

Lula gave up his vote shortly after the polling stations were opened and said that he wanted to attribute Brazil to "normality" in the event of his election. "We don't want hate, no discord," said the challenger. "We want a country of peace."

State election management: No comprehensive election failure

 State election management: No comprehensive election failure From the perspective of Berlin's acting state election manager Ulrike Rockmann, there was no "nationwide election failure" in the election for the House of Representatives in September 2021. It was completely undisputed that errors occurred, said Rockmann on Wednesday at the hearing of the Berlin Constitutional Court. "What happened should not have happened," said Rockmann. © Christoph Soeder/dpa/Archive picture Landes election manager Ulrike Rockmann in Berlin.

The incumbent also gave up his vote in the morning. "Clean elections have to be respected," said Bolsonaro. In the election campaign, he announced that he would lose the election result if he lost. "Only God" could remove him from office. At the same time, he explained without taking evidence that there were extensive fraud in Brazil's electronic electronic electronic electronic system.

was to receive more than 50 percent of the votes on Sunday, he would have already been elected in the first round as head of state of Brazil. If none of the candidates receive this majority, the two best -placed places will compete against each other in a runoff election on October 30th.

Quite a few in Brazil are prepared for a Brazilian version of the unrest, which, after the refusal of Bolsonar's political role model, Donald Trump to recognize his defeat, shaken the United States.

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Brazil: Lula would win the presidential election 53% -47% against Bolsonaro, according to an .
© AFP survey L ' ex-president on the left Lula would win the second round of the presidential election with 53% of the votes expressed against 47% for the Outgoing far -right head of state Jair Bolsonaro on October 30, according to a DataFolha survey published on Friday. These figures are stable compared to the survey published last Friday by the reference institute which had led to the same data.

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