8 de outubro de 2018

Photo Niyi Fote/Thenews2

 

 

October 7th is a day to be remembered in Brazilian history as Brazilians  in Brazil and all around the world vote for their new President,Governors and other posts.Even before today, the poll has indicated Jair Bolsonaro as the leading presidential candidates from the others like Fernando Haddad,Ciro Gomes (12.45%), Geraldo Alckmin(4.76%), Cabo Daciolo(1.26%),Henrique Meirelles(1.20%),Marina Silva(1.00%) and so on.Jair  Bolsonora of PSL actually won the first round of the election with about 46.05% but not enough to be declared the President and thus giving the chance for a second round to face Fernando Haddad of PT who got the second position with 29.25% uptil the 99.93% votes counting.In Sao Paulo, there would be a second round also between the former Mayor;Joao Doria (31.77%) and actual Governor,Marcio Franca (21.48%).The second round election would be on the 28th and by then, we shall know who will be the next President of Brazil.Apart from the big turn out in the voting in Brazil, many Brazilians came out as well in and around the world in their consulates to vote.It started in the morning g and ended around 5pm Brazilian time.Milan and New York were no exceptions as votings took place at the respective consulates.It is worth to note that the elections were peaceful and well coordinated except for some few complains of digital errors on the voting Urns.The second round is believed to be a little bit rough and dirty and every candidate will try to destroy the other.This  presidential election race could have been a little bit different if Lula da Silva;the former two times president, had participated.He would have won in the first round ,but as he is not allowed to participate and also in jail, Fernando Haddad was his  choice and substitute and now lets see what happens on the 28th of October.

By Niyi Fote..

 

Photos Niyi Fote & Edson De Souza/Thenews2

Enio Cordeiro,Brazilian ambassador to the USA during the voting at the Brazilian consulate in New York this Sunday.Photo Niyi Fote/Thenews2
Brazilians vote at the Brazilian consuluate in Milan this Sunday.Photo Edson De Souza/Thenews2
Brazilians vote at the Brazilian consuluate in Milan this Sunday.Photo Edson De Souza/Thenews2
Brazilians vote at the Brazilian consuluate in Milan this Sunday.Photo Edson De Souza/Thenews2
Brazilians vote at the Brazilian consuluate in Milan this Sunday.Photo Edson De Souza/Thenews2
Brazilians vote at the Brazilian consuluate in Milan this Sunday.Photo Edson De Souza/Thenews2
Brazilians vote at the Brazilian consuluate in Milan this Sunday.Photo Edson De Souza/Thenews2
Brazilians vote at the Brazilian consuluate in New York this Sunday.Photo Niyi Fote/Thenews2
Brazilians vote at the Brazilian consuluate in New York this Sunday.Photo Niyi Fote/Thenews2
Brazilians vote at the Brazilian consuluate in New York this Sunday.Photo Niyi Fote/Thenews2
Brazilians vote at the Brazilian consuluate in New York this Sunday.Photo Niyi Fote/Thenews2

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