'Brazil Needs Peace and Not Hate'

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'Brazil Needs Peace and Not Hate'

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‘Brazil Needs Peace and Not Hate’

Ahead of a runoff presidential election, Workers’ Party candidate Fernando Haddad spoke with Foreign Policy about Brazil’s future.

By Shannon Sims |
Brazilian Workers’ Party presidential candidate Fernando Haddad campaigns on Oct. 27 in São Paulo. (Victor Moriyama/Getty Images) Brazilian Workers’ Party presidential candidate Fernando Haddad campaigns on Oct. 27 in São Paulo. (Victor Moriyama/Getty Images)

Shannon Sims is a lawyer-turned-journalist and a former fellow of the Institute of Current World Affairs and the International Women’s Media Foundation. She has been based in Brazil for nearly a decade, and her reporting most often appears in the New York Times and Bloomberg Businessweek. @shannongsims

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Street protests have erupted in Brazil in opposition to far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro, right, who is leading in polls over his opponent, Fernando Haddad, left. (Apu Gomes/AFP/Getty Images/Nelson Almeida/AFP/Getty Images/Fernando Souza/AFP/Getty Images/Carl de Souza/AFP/Getty Images/Foreign Policy illustration)

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