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Brazil heads for runoff as Bolsonaro beats expectations

IndiaTimes Monday, 3 October 2022
Lula, the veteran leftist seeking a presidential comeback, had 48.1 percent of the vote to 43.5 percent for the far-right president, with 98 percent of polling stations reporting, according to official from the Superior Electoral Tribunal, which said a second round was "mathematically defined."
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