Grace Fan

Director, Brazil/Latin America Research

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What the Marina-Campos alliance means for the 2014 presidential election


Leading Brazilian opposition presidential candidate Marina Silva on 4 October surprised prognosticators of the 2014 presidential race when she allied herself with wild-card candidate Eduardo Campos, the popular governor of northeast Pernambuco state, and joined his Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) as a member. The move came after Marina failed to secure the roughly 492,000 notarized votes needed to officially register her new party Rede by the 5 October deadline, leaving her...

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