Portuguese urged to go vote in Sunday’s presidential election, despite lockdown

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    Portuguese voters have been asked to venture out despite the country’s pandemic lockdown Sunday for a presidential election widely expected to see centre-right Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa win another term. Far-right candidate Andre Ventura could conceivably place second, likely far behind the incumbent.

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