Local elections in Brazil are a test for the Workers’ Party following the impeachment of its leader and ex-president Dilma Rousseff.
She denies corruption accusations and says the campaign to oust her was a politically motivated coup. So does the founder of the Workers’ Party – and former president – Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
As Daniel Schweimler reports, Lula could be the party’s savior.
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