Brazil's new parties fail to capitalise on anti-corruption mood



Brazil's municipal elections showed that new parties have failed to capitalise on voters' disenchantment with a corruption-tainted political establishment, making it unlikely an outsider will win the 2018 presidential poll.
The political movements nurtured by the anti-corruption street protests of 2013 and 2015, despite a massive presence on social media, won just a handful of mayoral posts and local council seats in Sunday's nationwide polls.
In the first elections since President Dilma Rousseff was dismissed in August for breaking budget rules, her leftist Workers Party lost nearly... read more

 
3 October 2016 in World News, Views: 41
Source: Reuters
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