Brazil’s Rousseff Picked By Party For Tough Election October 5
Brazil’s ruling Workers’ Party formally nominated President Dilma Rousseff on Saturday to run for re-election in October in what is shaping up to be its toughest race since winning power in 2002. Rousseff’s popularity is falling because of Brazil’s high cost of living and slowing economy. She also survived massive protests last year by Brazilians demanding better health, education and public transport services instead of the costly stadiums built for the World Cup.
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