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Investors expect Bolsonaro win in Brazil election, worry about future of reforms
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A Far-Right Populist Wins in Brazil
Brazil, the largest country in Latin America, elected a new president on Sunday: Jair Bolsonaro. The far-right congressman and former army captain has been called Brazil's Trump. He won with 55 percent of the vote against Fernando Haddad of the leftist Worker's Party, which governed for 13 years until a corruption scandal brought the party down. The scandal and an anti-establishment sentiment helped fuel Bolsonaro's victory. Latino USA talks to Brazilian journalist Adriana Carranca, who explains the forces that brought Bolsonaro to power.
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Democracy Now! 2019-01-02 Wednesday
Federal workers sue the Trump administration over the government shutdown as 800,000 employees remain furloughed or work without pay; As Jair Bolsonaro takes office as president of Brazil, we speak with Fernando Haddad, who ran against him.
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Flirting with Fascism
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