Elections in Brazil: Lula da Silva achieved the largest party coalition in the country

The Brazilian parties had until last night to define their candidates for the presidential, regional and legislative elections that will take place on October 2. In total, there are 25 political formations that opted for a candidate for the Planalto Palace and the majority opted for former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

10 of the 25 parties supported the candidacy of the PT leader, that is, almost all the progressive and left-wing formations of the neighboring country. Thanks to these supports, Lula da Silva It will also have the longest advertising time in the audiovisual media, with a total of 3 minutes and 20 seconds in each advertising block..

Lula, in an act in Piauí, on August 3.

In Brazil, electoral broadcasting consists of two daily blocks of propaganda of 12 minutes and media that are broadcast on radio and television. The time that each candidate obtains is calculated from the proportion of the representatives in Congress that have the parties that support that politician. Hence Lula da Silva got the most minutes. This scenario strengthened the favoritism of the Ex leader facing the elections.

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