This Sunday marks the end of one of the most exciting, tense and polarizing elections in recent times in Brazil, with former President Luis Inacio. Lola da Silva has led some polls that have underestimated his first-round rival, re-election candidate and acting president, Gayer. Bolsonaro.
The first lady votes in an Israel shirt
Brazil’s first lady, Michele Bolsonaro, voted Sunday morning in Brasilia, in the Federal District, wearing a T-shirt with the Israeli flag. “God’s blessings be upon Brazil and Israel… God, homeland, family and freedom,” Bolsonaro’s wife wrote in a photo posted on Instagram. Tells Veronica GoizwetaWhere Sao Paulo.
Bolsonaro MP will vote armed in violation of electoral regulations
The deputy with the most votes in São Paulo and one of the main allies of Jair Bolsonaro, Carla Zampelli She is being investigated by the police for stalking a black Brazilian who abused her with a pistol. The politician has stated that she will vote with a flak jacket and her weapon, in violation of the rules of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE). Tells Veronica Goizweta Where Sao Paulo.
Bolsonaro stands with the Copa Libertadores winning team
This morning, President Jair Bolsonaro welcomed the Flamengo who arrived in Rio de Janeiro from Ecuador after winning the Libertadores Cup on Saturday.
Ciro Gomez votes in Fortaleza and says he voted according to his party’s guidelines
Defeated first-round presidential candidate Ciro Gomez voted Sunday morning in Fortaleza, Ceará. Without naming Lula, he confirmed that he voted in accordance with the party’s directions. The PDT announced its support for the Labor candidate in early October.
Bolsonare’s deputy’s bodyguard arrested for shooting Lula militant
Bodyguard of the Brazilian Federal Deputy. Carla Zampelli A key ally of President Jair Bolsonaro was arrested on Sunday after serious disturbances on public roads: one of Lula’s fighters was shot. The information provided by the police confirms the complaint made on the social network Twitter, where it can be seen how the deputy and her bodyguard are chasing a black man through the streets of São Paulo.
A resounding failure in the polls in the first round
In the first round of Brazilian elections, held on October 2, none of the candidates received enough votes to win the presidency. Lula da Silva received 48.38% of the vote (over 57 million votes), while his rival and current president, Jair Bolsonaro, was only five points behind. The polls failed miserably, predicting they would trail him by 10-15 points.
Da Silva: “Today the people decide what Brazil they want and will vote for democracy.”
Presidential candidate Lula de Silva addresses his supporters after the vote. “Today will be the most important day of my life and for the future history of the country. Also for the Brazilians who decide what model of life they want. I am convinced that the people will vote for democracy, for the project that can save the people who are suffering, who live in the streets and the weak. They will vote to achieve a civilized society, with access To decent work, public health, to get more rights. The country has fallen And we want him to move forward. We communicate with vulnerable people so that they have better opportunities.” Veronica Guizueta, reporter in Sao Paulo
Lula goes to his polling station in Sao Paulo to vote
The presidential candidate of the Workers’ Party, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (PT) arrived a few minutes ago to vote in his political stronghold, São Bernardo do Campo, in Industrial Zone of Greater Sao Paulo. He always goes to the polls at Firmino Correia de Araujo State School. The latest poll published on Saturday gave this candidate 54% of the valid vote against 46% for President Jair Bolsonaro (PL). For her part, Dattafulha points to Labor with 52% of the valid vote and Bolsonaro with 48%.
Bolsonaro: “I hope to beat Lula, God willing, for the good of Brazil”
Brazil’s president and re-election candidate, Jair Bolsonaro, voted today at a school in Rio de Janeiro, saying he hopes to beat rival Lula da Silva “inshallah” and “for the good of Brazil”. “We have expectations of a victory for Brazil. We have only had good news in recent days. God willing, we will win this afternoon,” Bolsonaro told reporters after the vote. Tells Veronica GoizwetaCorrespondent in Sao Paulo.
Bolsonaro votes early in Rio de Janeiro
President Jair Bolsonaro, who is running for re-election, arrived to vote in Villa Militar, in the western region of Rio de Janeiro, shortly before polling began on Sunday. Hours ago, the place was invaded by elements of the military police and sniffer dogs. Tells Veronica GoizwetaCorrespondent in Sao Paulo
The President of Brazil in the national team shirt and puts the victory sign (Reuters)
Bolsonarista’s deputy chases a man at gunpoint in the street
Brazilian Representative Carla Zampelli, a close ally of President Jair Bolsonaro, chased a man at gunpoint on Saturday in the middle of a Sao Paulo street, on the eve of the second round of the presidential election. Zampele, who was re-elected as a deputy in the legislative elections on October 2, stated on her social networks that she acted this way because they are an alleged supporter of former President Luis Inacio. Lula da Silva “trapped” and “attacked” When you leave the restaurant. In a video posted on social media, it was noted how Zampele crosses a street and points a gun at a man who is chasing him until he ends up inside another bar, where the deputy entered with both hands on the gun, despite the presence of another person. people in the room. Efe . reports
The Electoral Court opens a WhatsApp channel to resolve doubts and facilitate the participation of undecided
Electoral justice asks Brazilians to vote ‘calm’ and ‘freedom’
The President of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal, Judge Alexandre de Moraes, encouraged Brazilians on Saturday, on the eve of the second election round, to vote with “calm” and “freedom”, without accepting “any kind of compulsion”. “do not allow Any kind of coercion, threat or offer of benefits to limit their freedom to vote. De Moraes, who is also a Supreme Court judge, said in a statement on the national network that electoral harassment is a crime.”
Lula concludes the election campaign with the ex-president of Uruguay, José Mujica
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (PT) celebrated the latest election campaign on Saturday in Paulista, one of São Paulo’s most important streets, an act that was accompanied by former Uruguayan president, Jose Mujica.
The counting and results will be announced after the polls close.
Standardization of voting times in Brazil for the 2022 election allows vote counting and results for all positions to begin, from polls closing, 5:00 p.m. local time, four more times in Spain.
Brazil chose between Bolsonaro’s continuation and Lula’s return
The 156.4 million Brazilians called to the polls this Sunday must choose between the continuity of right-wing president, Jair Bolsonaro, and the return to power of former progressive President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Bolsonaro and Lula will meet in the second round of elections for which the Labor leader is the candidate, with an advantage of between four and seven percentage points, according to the latest opinion polls. Vote will be in 5570 cities in the country and at 181 locations abroad.
More than 156 million Brazilians were called to the polls today
About 156 million Brazilians were invited to the polls to elect a new president, between former president and favorite candidate Luis Inacio Lula da Silva and Governor Jair Bolsonaro, and 12 state governorss in the second round. President Jair Bolsonaro (PL), who is running for re-election in this second round, arrived at his electoral district in Villa Militar, in Marechal Hermes, Western Region of Rio. The surveys will be Open from 8 am to 5 pm.According to Brasilia time, four hours less than Spain. In this country there are no opinion polls. Tells Veronica Goizueta Correspondent in Sao Paulo.