Brazil's local elections: Confused - The Economist

Brazil's local elections: Confused

Brazil's local elections: Confused - The Economist
Brazil's local elections: Confused
Published Aug 21, 2004
383 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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A mind-boggling campaign IF YOU know nothing about Brazilian politics, the television advertising for next October's local elections, first aired on August 17th, is likely to confuse you. If you know a little, it will confuse you even...

  
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