Twelve candidates will run in Brazil’s presidential election, the Superior Electoral Court docket (TSE) introduced Monday after the deadline for registering candidacies ended right now.
Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of the Employees’ Occasion (PT, left) and present President Jair Bolsonaro (Liberal Occasion, proper) are the highest two favorites to win, in response to all polls.
Lula da Silva is working with former São Paulo governor Geraldo Alckmin as vice chairman, whereas Bolsonaro has made former Protection Minister Walter Braga Netto his working mate.
In accordance with the polls, the third candidate to obtain probably the most votes is former . . .