Pedro Canário (EN)

Pedro Canário (EN)

Politics Reporter

Politics Reporter at Bloomberg Línea Brasil. Journalist graduated from Faculdade Cásper Líbero in...Consultor Jurídico (ConJur) and a Brazil Federal Supreme Court reporter for the website O Antagonista.
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Lula Wins Brazil Election for The Third Time

The former president got almost 60 million votes, close to 51% of valid votes, and defeated Jair Bolsonaro; Lula will be the oldest president to assume, at 77 years old

Brazil Elections: Lula Seen as Stronger in First Debate With Bolsonaro Ahead of Runoff

The debate, which took place on Sunday and was broadcast on Band TV, was marked by attacks on past governments rather than concrete proposals, especially in the economic area

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Brazil Elections: Opinion Poll Gives Lula 51.1%, Bolsonaro 46.5% Ahead of Runoff

The opinion poll was published by Atlas Intelligence, and whose poll had given the closest prediction of the first-round result on October 2

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YouTube Reveals How Many People Make a Living as Content Creators in Brazil

The video-sharing site contributed 6 billion reais ($1.14 billion) to the Brazilian economy in 2021, according to a survey by Oxford Economics

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Brazil’s Lula Maintains 12-Point Lead Over Bolsonaro

Both candidates have increased their support by one percentage point, with the former president with 45% of voters’ intentions, while Jair Bolsonaro has 33%, according to a Genial/Quaest poll

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Brazil’s Bolsonaro Narrows Gap Behind Lula, Latest Poll Finds

Two months before the elections, the former president is 12 points ahead of President Jair Bolsonaro, according to the latest Genial/Quaest poll, with support for the latter on the rise

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Brazilian Candidates at Risk of Attacks Akin to Shinzo Abe’s Murder, Analysts Say

Risks of political violence and attacks on candidates need to be taken seriously by officials, analysts tell Bloomberg Línea

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Food Fight: Dispute in Brazil Over Billion-Dollar Meal Allowance Market

Local startups such as iFood and large companies such as Alelo, Sodexo, Ticket and VR are awaiting discussion of a bill that would prohibit markdowns in food allowance contracts, while opening up the market to more competitors

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More Brazilians Begin to Feel the Squeeze As Cost of Living Rises

According to a survey by Datafolha, six out of 10 Brazilian families say their salaries don’t cover their expenses, as President Bolsonaro scrambles to alleviate their plight ahead of October’s elections

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Brazilian Drag Queen Provokes Ire of Electoral Authorities at Lollapalooza

During a show on Friday, Pabllo Vittar called for those present to vote for Lula

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Feeling Dissatisfied With Democracy in Brazil? You’re Not Alone

A survey by Pesquisa XP/Ipespe shows that seven out of 10 Brazilians support democracy, but many feel that their voices are not heard

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