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These include crucial campaigns in two of the giants of the continent, Mexico and Brazil. Mexico ... Brazil's general election in October 2018 will choose a new president, congress and state assemblies. ... He is pitching himself as a Brazilian Donald Trump and promises his own version of “drain the swamp”.
... according to Afro-Brazilian religions. Photo: RAUL SPINASSE/AGENCIA A TARDE/AE. All rights reservedCharismatic Christianity is on the rise across Brazil. Even Rio, a famously libertine city, elected an evangelical mayor last year. Now, evangelical Protestantism is so far-reaching in Rio that even some ...

29 (Xinhua) -- Brazil is immersed in political uncertainty as next year's general elections in October loom, with no clear candidates in sight. So far, there's little hope that the ... A member of the centrist Brazilian Social Democracy Party, Alckmin is known to many Brazilians. He ran before, losing by a scant ...
Brazil might halt one of the country's key energy sector initiatives in the wake of the presidential election in late 2018, since the two frontrunners are both ... For his part, former Brazilian army officer Jair Bolsonaro of the Christian social party (PSC), who has the backing of 11% of those polled, has said he ...
They include Brazil, Venezuela, Paraguay, Colombia, Mexico and Costa Rica. ... Should it come as a surprise that former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio "Lula" da Silva, having left office with a record approval rating of 83 percent, according to Datafolha, now leads upcoming presidential polls conducted by ...
“The population of Latin America is sending a message after the successive failures and crimes of the left in all the countries where it prevailed,” Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right Brazilian lawmaker polling in second place ahead of Brazil's presidential election, wrote in a post on Twitter, after congratulating Mr.

Operation Car Wash: Brazil's endemic corruption laid bare ... Brazilian president Michel Temer (right), his wife Marcela and their son Michel at an ..... was elected party president, despite being formally accused in Car Wash.
Brazilian Electoral Reform (III/III): The Perils of Parliamentarism ..... After the elections of 2002, conservatives in Brazil, who now leads the talks ...
As Brazil hits the one-year mark before the 2018 general elections, the ... 6 percent of Brazilian voters feel represented by their elected officials.
By 2016, this Congress had ousted the legitimately re-elected president through a parliamentary coup. The Brazilian Democratic Movement ...
... to reduce regional disparities, they must have received at least one percent of the total votes in at least nine Brazilian states, or have elected ...
(RTTNews) - The Brazilian Senate approved the end of partisan coalitions in proportional elections for parliamentarians from 2020. The bill ...
They get elected to be the President of the United States. What other explanation can you give ... I took her to Brazil. As we were walking the ...
If we don't believe our leaders were elected fairly, it destabilizes our ... ties to Russian hacking of our election found that a Brazilian man's photo ...
BRAZIL: Lower House Rejects 'big District' In Political Reform ... that representatives would be elected respecting the largest number of votes, ... Any change in the Brazilian electoral system must be approved in the House ...
What does electoral reform in Brazil adds up to? ... The upcoming 2018 elections will be the first general elections since the re-democratization ...
Brazilian soldiers march during the annual Independence Day military ... Many politicians, from the lowly elected official to a succession of presidents, are ... Brazil's battle against corruption shows that a system of checks and ...

The second group of racketeers, which came into prominence after Dilma's election to a second term, was the PMDB gang, aided and abetted ...
President Michel Temer of Brazil on Thursday was charged with ... Court, the only court where sitting elected officials may be prosecuted.
FILE PHOTO: Brazil's Agriculture Minister, Blairo Maggi looks on ... Barbosa was subsequently elected to a four-year term that ended in 2014.
Brazil currently has 35 political parties, 28 of which are represented in ... of Congress by Oct. 7 to apply in next year's general elections.
8 (Xinhua) -- Andrew Parsons of Brazil was elected as the International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) ... "The Brazilian IOC is going to be key.
Andrew Parsons of Brazil was elected as the International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) new President on Friday (8 September) following one ...
31 August marks one year since Dilma Rousseff's removal as President of Brazil, when 61 senators trampled upon the political will expressed ...
... adding that it “violates the will of the people who sovereignly elected the ... Among the signers of the 'Lima Declaration' are Argentina, Brazil, ...
Lula da Silva, one of the most popular presidents in Brazilian history, left ... also been the strong frontrunner for next year's presidential election.
On July 30, the country held a highly controversial election to appoint a .... Unlike Maduro, who was legitimately elected, Brazil's Michel Temer ...
Davidovich, who was elected president of the Brazilian Academy of ... “After that initial bit of funding, things went really well in Brazil until about ...
Lately there have been quite a few alarmist headlines in Brazilian media ... In fact, it is possible that Venezuela will become "the next Brazil". ... The congress would simply not listen to the wishes of the public that elected it.
On May 14, 2013, Brazil's National Council of Justice ruled that same-sex ... In May 2012, Hollande was elected and his Socialist Party won ...
The Dane, locked in a four-horse race for the IPC's top job with Brazil's Andrew Parsons, Canada's Patrick Jarvis and China's Zhang Haidi, ...
Brazil's President Michel Temer faces a potential vote on ... has accused the president of receiving a 500,000 Brazilian real ($160,000) bribe from ... spend as they choose in their elected districts on small infrastructure projects ...
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio "Lula" da Silva was convicted of ... a steady drop in Brazil's score in the years since Lula was elected, ...
Brazilian President Michel Temer is currently pushing legislation that ... He was perhaps the most transformational elected official in Brazilian ...
Brazil's former President Dilma Rousseff gives an interview in Rio de ... The Brazilian general elections are scheduled for October next year.
Former Brazilian leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, a top contender to win next year's presidential election, was convicted on corruption charges ...
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) recently elected new ... UAE and saw Andrew Parson of Brazil elected as the third IPC President.
After three days of delays caused by worker strikes in French Guiana, rocket firm Arianespace opted Thursday to postpone indefinitely the launch of satellites for South Korean and Brazilian clients. At first scheduled for Tuesday, then the two ... "It ...
"I tell my Ecuadorean friends: Lenin Moreno is the great chance we have. If you think otherwise, look at television and look at the strikes and marches in Argentina and Brazil where it seemed like they couldn't fall." In 2015, Argentine voters elected ...
The Brazilian bonds show what pessimism can deliver. At first they jumped on optimism with Brazil's new government and were subsequently pushed lower when Trump won the election, though the trade reversed quickly. Failure to deliver on Trump's ...
Inter Milan defender Miranda will captain Brazil in their World Cup qualifier against Uruguay on Thursday. Coach Tite elected not to appoint a full-time skipper following his June 2016 appointment, instead preferring to rotate the armband around the ...
The father of Olympic (2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) gold medallist Shaunae Miller replaced Curtis Pride, who didn't seek re-election. #Also elected to serve with Miller over the next two years are Rudolph Ferguson as first vice president, winning ...
"I am honored to have been elected as the general councilor for my order, but I will miss Beatitude House and working with its staff and supporters, not to mention the women and children we serve," said Sister Janet before starting her new mission ...
The title for Most All-Consuming Public Corruption Scandal is currently held by Brazil, where the so-called "Carwash" investigation has been going on for more than two years and has ensnared top corporate executives and dozens of elected officials, ...
It is a telling sign of how Western-centric the global debate still is that, for all the attention paid in the media about "important" elections to be held, Germany figures prominently, as does France - and even the Netherlands! ... a country onto ...
Business sophomore Eduardo Amadeus Molon Batista, second to left, is the first Brazilian to run to be a Central Student Government representative for Ross School of Business.
Even as Caracas loses allies in South America after Peru, Argentina and Brazil elected right-leaning leaders recently, it still has stalwart allies among the leftist ALBA bloc and can count on sympathy from small Caribbean states that have benefited ...
Aloysio Nunes, who was named Brazilian foreign minister Thursday, has become the latest member of senate-imposed President Michel Temer's cabinet to be implicated in corruption after the former head of Odebrecht accused him of received hundreds of ...
The acting president of Brazil has reportedly moved out of his official residence because of "ghosts". Michel Temer, who has been running the country since Dilma Rousseff was impeached last year, told a Brazilian news magazine that he and his family ...
Then we won't have to wait until women are elected to get rid of corruption. Note: A paragraph was added after the original version of this article was published to include mention of prior impeachment proceedings in Brazil and South Korea.


 

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