Brazil: Haddad hints at possible alliances in second presidential run-off

Presidential candidate for Brazil's leftist Workers' Party (PT) Fernando Haddad thanked his supporters in Sao Paulo on Sunday, after coming second in the first round of Brazil's presidential election. While addressing his supporters, Haddad also announced that he had already spoken to three of the other candidates Marina Silva, Ciro Gomes and Guilherme Boulos, hinting at some kind of alliance... Еще during his second-round run-off against the far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro from the Social Liberal Party. «I already spoke to three of our adversaries who either got calls from me or called me. Marina, Ciro and Boulos all touched base with us,» Haddad said, while addressing his supporters. «I hope we can keep an open dialogue, because Brazil deserves our mutual understanding so it can be guided into a generous path,» he added. Winning 29 percent of votes, Haddad came second after Bolsonaro who secured a victory in the first-round by winning 46 percent of votes. The second round of the election between the top two candidates will take place on 28 October.

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