Politics Right-wing populist, Jair Bolsonaro, has won the first round of Brazil’s election with 46% of the votes. If he becomes president, he could put democracy at risk 08/10/2018 No comment Right-wing populist, Jair Bolsonaro, has won the first round of Brazil's election with 46% of the votes. If he becomes president, he could put democracy at risk pic.twitter.com/VGjKFs7vYy — The Economist (@TheEconomist) October 8, 2018 Source: Twitter Share this:ShareEmailPrintTweetWhatsAppTelegramShare on Tumblr Related Tags: Post navigation Previous Previous post: Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and President @realDonaldTrump head to Orlando today for the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Convention.Next Next post: Secretary Pompeo: Today I met with FM Wang and Politburo Member Yang to discuss coordination with #China on the critical issue of denuclearization of #DPRK & other bilateral issues. Good to see Ambassador Branstad and the @US_China_Talk team again. Related Posts Nothing to celebrate for EU in the UK’s Brexit plight By Robert Williams 18/11/2018 Live: Ministrul Mediului -conferinta de presa la Guvernul Romaniei By Robert Williams 20/04/2016 Ecuador’s Espinosa Garces elected #UN General Assembly president By Robert Williams 06/06/2018 You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.