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Latin America | 5 October 2018 Brazil Heads to the Polls on Sunday a Contested Second Round is Likely
Brazil heads to the polls on Sunday, followed by an expected run-off on October 28.

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5 October 2018 Brazil Heads to the Polls on Sunday a Contested Second Round is Likely

By Andres Abadia

Brazil heads to the polls on Sunday, followed by an expected run-off on October 28.

Posted: 5th Oct 2018 in 'Latin America'

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