Brazils presidential election comes out: Boer Sonal Lo, the right-wing candidate, was elected.

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 Brazils presidential election comes out: Boer Sonal Lo, the right-wing candidate, was elected.


Oct. 29, according to foreign media reports, 28, Brazils presidential election official released the latest ballot results show that military-born right-wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro (Jair Bolsonaro) won more than half a valid vote, elected Brazils 44th president.

It is reported that the 63-year-old Bolsonaro belongs to the Social Liberal Party, since 1991 became a member of Parliament in Brazil nearly 30 years. He was an army captain, and this election put forward the slogan of Brazil first. He advocated fighting corruption politically, privatizing economically, strengthening police power and advocating traditional values. Boer Sonal Los approval rating has been the top priority since President Lula withdrew from the general election. At the same time, he is the only one of all presidential candidates who has not been accused of corruption. According to Russian satellite network reported earlier, on October 8, according to the official results of the Brazilian presidential election, Bolsonaro led many candidates with 46% of the vote, but did not obtain an absolute majority, so with the second-place Haddad to participate in the second round of elections. Bolsonaro said on the 9th that if he wins the second round of elections, he will appoint several military generals as cabinet members, the formation of a government beyond the party. Source: overseas web editor: Li Cong _B11284

It is reported that the 63-year-old Bolsonaro belongs to the Social Liberal Party, since 1991 became a member of Parliament in Brazil nearly 30 years. He was an army captain, and this election put forward the slogan of Brazil first. He advocated fighting corruption politically, privatizing economically, strengthening police power and advocating traditional values.

Boer Sonal Los approval rating has been the top priority since President Lula withdrew from the general election. At the same time, he is the only one of all presidential candidates who has not been accused of corruption.

According to Russian satellite network reported earlier, on October 8, according to the official results of the Brazilian presidential election, Bolsonaro led many candidates with 46% of the vote, but did not obtain an absolute majority, so with the second-place Haddad to participate in the second round of elections.

Bolsonaro said on the 9th that if he wins the second round of elections, he will appoint several military generals as cabinet members, the formation of a government beyond the party.