Fernando Henrique Cardoso: Politics in Brazil is a risky business | Talk to Al Jazeera

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Brazil is in the midst of a political crisis.

Many have taken to the streets to demand that right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro step down. Meanwhile, left-wing, former President Lula Da Silva seems to be making a comeback. Could he be looking at a third term in power?

One man who may shed some light on what the future might hold is former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso. At 90, he has experienced much of Brazil’s modern history and has lived through its ups and downs. Cardoso talks to Al Jazeera.

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