Brazil: Dividing the Spoils

This month’s presidential election is a milestone for democracy in Brazil. The civilian regime created in 1985 has now outlasted the military dictatorship that preceded it. But what does this say about the quality of democracy in the largest country in Latin America?

The World Today Updated 15 October 2020 Published 1 October 2006 4 minute READ

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