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Latin America | 29 October 2018 Bolsonaro Likely Won Brazil's Presidency, the Hard Work Begins
Recent polls suggest that Jair Bolsonaro has comfortably beaten Fernando Haddad, to become Brazil's president.

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29 October 2018 Bolsonaro Likely Won Brazil's Presidency, the Hard Work Begins

By Andres Abadia

Recent polls suggest that Jair Bolsonaro has comfortably beaten Fernando Haddad, to become Brazil's president.

Posted: 29th Oct 2018 in 'Latin America'

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