Former President Lula holds a commanding lead in the polls ahead of Brazil’s presidential election on 2nd October. It seems unlikely that he would govern as radically as his party’s manifesto suggests but, even so, neither of the leading candidates seem likely to tackle the country’s fiscal and growth problems.
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