FERNANDO LIMONGI | POLITICAL SCIENTIST

“Leaders do not have the right to remain silent before Bolsonaro”

Brazilian academic talks to EL PAÍS about why action must be taken against the rise of the far right

LATIN AMERICA

Thousands march against new government in Brazil

Crowds fill Avenida Paulista in Sao Paulo in protest against country’s new president, Michel Temer

LATIN AMERICA

Influence-peddling inquiry focuses on Brazil’s Lula da Silva, says magazine

Ex-president may have received “economic benefits” for helping firm win foreign contracts

Latin America

Brazil’s Rousseff begins second term with plans to boost the economy

President believes adjustments are necessary but without affecting low-income earners

LATIN AMERICA

Dilma Rousseff’s labyrinth

Brazilian president is confronting a scandal at state oil firm Petrobras and party division

LATIN AMERICA

Sluggish economy forces Brazil to make structural reforms

The winner of Sunday’s presidential election will have to balance the public finances

LATIN AMERICA

Brazilian candidates in attack mode in final TV debate before Sunday vote

Polls predict a victory for President Rousseff and a tie between Silva and Neves

Markets predict difficult ride for Rousseff if she gets re-elected

Brazilian president needs to get friendlier with financiers to push her agenda forward

LATIN AMERICA

Searching for the invisible Brazilians

Government is out to find people living in extreme poverty to sign them up for financial aid

LATIN AMERICA

Petrobras moves to center of Brazilian election campaign

Claims of corruption fuel widespread view that state oil company is being mismanaged

LATIN AMERICA

Rousseff inches forward in voter support

But Brazilian incumbent would still lose to surprise candidate Marina Silva in runoff, poll finds

LATIN AMERICA

Brazil’s financial sector gets behind presidential hopeful Marina Silva

But agribusiness remains wary of candidate who views environmental issues “like a religion”

LATIN AMERICA

Brazil electoral campaigns open as voters wait for Marina Silva’s nomination

Deputy Beto Albuquerque will be the Brazilian Social Party nominee for vice president

BRAZIL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS

Ecologist Marina Silva in line to become Rousseff’s main rival

The former Green Party candidate is seen as the natural choice for the Socialists after Campos’ death

LATIN AMERICA

Death of Socialist presidential candidate in plane crash shocks Brazil

Eduardo Campos and six other people died after their aircraft went down in São Paulo Province

LATIN AMERICA

Brazil’s electoral race hots up as political scandals surface

Election polls say candidates must win over 20 million undecided voters

latin america

“There is an inexplicable bad mood against Brazil”

President plays down importance of delays and protests just days ahead of World Cup kickoff

LATIN AMERICA

Rousseff hopes for revival by announcing new aid package for workers

Brazilian leader looks to gain momentum ahead of October elections by raising flag for development

latin america

Petrobras struggles to regain investors’ confidence

Putting fuel prices in Brazil in line with global market rates is a political dilemma for Rousseff

LATIN AMERICA

Brazil returns to “pragmatic” policies to calm markets and attract investors

Certain practices that helped the country build up its budget surplus will be abandoned