Tag: Jair Bolsonaro
Some 850 Venezuelans cross the boarder to Brazil on Tuesday by foot, the government said, compared with the usual range of between 250 and 300.
President Bolsonaro has embraced Trump enthusiastically, and his son Eduardo recently addressed a Trump rally in Florida, urging the crowd to “build that wall.”
Despite budget cuts, Rio de Janeiro's samba schools continue to perform wholeheartedly to help fellow Brazilians forget their woes through festive cheer.
Brazil's elite samba schools continue to celebrate Carnival despite conservative President Bolsonaro's disapproval.
The allegations of improper campaign financing are the latest scandal to hit Bolsonaro's party.
President Jair Bolsonaro enjoys strong support from ultra-conservative Christians.
The newly elected president has quickly deepened ties with the US and Israel.
The temporary decree will expire unless it is ratified within 120 days by Congress.
The 63-year-old former paratrooper takes power with sky-high approval ratings and high hopes from many of Brazil's 210 million inhabitants.
Brazil is a commodity-exporting powerhouse but it's still limping out of a record-breaking recession that eradicated many gains from the stellar period of prosperity it enjoyed just a decade ago.
In the run-up to the election, Bolsonaro had portrayed China, its largest trading partner, as a predator looking to dominate key sectors of its economy.
The 63-year-old congressman's rise has been propelled by rejection of the leftist PT that ran Brazil for 13 of the last 15 years and was ousted two years ago in the midst of a deep recession and political graft scandal.
Allegations of a dirty tricks campaign on WhatsApp dominated Brazil’s presidential election race yesterday, turning attention to social media manipulation following abuses uncovered in the last US election and Britain’s Brexit referendum.
Haddad's campaign headquarters in a Sao Paulo hotel broke out in cheers when exit polls showed that the race would go to a runoff.
Ronaldinho has publicly declared his support for Jair Bolsonaro.
It was the latest bizarre twist in a presidential race in which the most popular candidate, former president and leftist hero Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, is trying to run from prison.
Jair Bolsonaro leads Marina Silva in opinion polls.
Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has lost much support among Brazilian voters.
With the barring of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva from the election, many different candidates have emerged, though none have become a clear front-runner.