Dilma Rousseff pleaded for a victory for democracy in elections

Dilma Rousseff pleaded for a victory for democracy in elections in Brazil

Rousseff exercised her right at the Santa Marcelina school in the Sao Luiz district of the Pampulha region, noting that “this is the most important choice we face since redemocratization. My expectation is that democracy will win.”

He observed: “To speak of the victory of democracy is to speak of Lula’s victory in the first round. Well I want to tell you that we are fighters. In the four elections we have already won, we have won in the second round. We will face any outcome.”

On that day, the former labor leader voted in the state school João Firmino in the Asunción district of the ABC Paulista industrial region demanding peace for Brazil.

After exercising his right, the Labor Party (PT) presidential candidate kissed the election confirmation.

At a press conference on site, he said he wanted to take care of the residents. “We don’t want more discord, we want a country that lives in peace.”

The PT leader is running for the presidency for the sixth time and is the first candidate from a party association (Brazil of Hope).

A few hours ago he certified that he was able to win back Brazil and that people had the right to be happy again.

“The country needs to recover as an institution, the country needs to recover before the world, and Brazil needs to apologize to 215 million Brazilians for the negligence committed against the country and the people over the past four years,” he told reporters.

He insisted the people did not deserve the suffering they were subjected to, without citing the government of far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro, who has ambitions to be re-elected as the Liberal Party’s candidate.

Speaking to communicators, Lula gave a positive summary of the first round campaign and thanked the people, artists, allies and others involved.

He recalled that in no campaign he contested had he managed to forge an alliance with so many parties and assessed that the “Brazil of Hope” coalition had carried out an extraordinary missionary action.

More than 156 million eligible Brazilians will elect their next president this Sunday, in a polarized contest between Lula, the favorite of all opinion polls to win this Sunday, and Bolsonaro.

They are elected President and Vice President in the process; state and federal district governors and lieutenant governors; Senators, federal deputies and state deputies.