Home World Brazil, counting has begun. In the very first data Lula at 44.42% and Bolsonaro at 43.84%, but only 0.19% scrutinized

Brazil, counting has begun. In the very first data Lula at 44.42% and Bolsonaro at 43.84%, but only 0.19% scrutinized

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Brazil, counting has begun.  In the very first data Lula at 44.42% and Bolsonaro at 43.84%, but only 0.19% scrutinized

ST. PAUL. The former president of Brazil Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva leads the presidential elections held today in the vast South American country by a whisker (156 million called to the polls): Lula has 44.42% of the votes, while Jair Bolsonaro, the outgoing president, it is at 43.84. But these are the very first official results, released when just 0.19% of the ballots were scrutinized. If neither Lula nor Bolsonaro manages to break through the 50% barrier, we will go to a second round on October 30th.

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