Brazil local elections: Candidates backed by far-right Bolsonaro shunned

FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “Brazil local elections: Candidates backed by far-right Bolsonaro shunned” – below is their description.

Shaken by the world’s second deadliest #coronavirus outbreak and deep economic crisis, Brazilians voted on Sunday for experienced politicians from traditional parties in local #elections, a move that may damage reelection hopes for President Jair #Bolsonaro.

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