Brazil: Haddad supporters rally in Sao Paulo ahead of Sunday elections

Supporters of the Workers' Party presidential candidate Fernando Haddad rallied in Sao Paulo on Friday, ahead of Sunday’s general elections. The activists carried party flags as well as placards depicting Haddad, while also explaining why they will pick him over other candidates. «People sometimes don't realise that all the things that are done for people, are done by left-wing parties, since... Еще no right-wing party is in favour of our cause. That's why I stick with Haddad,» said Simone, a supporter. «I really hope Haddad does well in the first round. And not him [Bolsonaro].» The latest polls from Dataofolha indicate that the far-right Social Liberal Party's Jair Bolsonaro is in the lead with 35 percent, while Haddad is projected second at 22 percent. Democratic Labour Party candidate Ciro Gomes comes in third with 13 percent. If results follow the poll, the election will advance to a run-off with no one candidate having secured an outright majority.

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