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Challenges of Dilma Rousseff’s new mandate in a divided country

The ballot boxes have spoken. Dilma won. Narrowly but won. The democratic rule will be respected because Brazil proved to be a great democracy, despite an election campaign marked by insults. The problem in any democracy is that the minority must submit to the majority. However, when the result is so narrow the majority starts

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EUBrasil confident in the new Dilma’s mandate and hopes for more Brazil in Europe and more Europe in Brazil

EUBrasil Association is confident that the team of the re-elected president has enough experience to make the robust changes in economic and monetary policies needed in order to ensure greater credibility for both domestic and foreign investors. The association hopes for more Brazil in Europe and more Europe in Brazil. The president of EUBrasil, Luigi

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