Lula Da Silva: Red Returned To Brazil, Will It Return? Modi Congratulated Lula: Leftists are returning to power in Brazil. Left-wing leader Lula da Silva defeated right-wing leader Jair Bolsonaro in the presidential election. However, the results of the polls suggest that turning the country around is a huge challenge.

Rio de Janeiro: Leftists are returning to power in Brazil. Left-wing leader Lula da Silva defeated right-wing leader Jair Bolsonaro in the presidential election. However, the elections were closely contested. Brazil’s Supreme Electoral Court said Lula won 50.9 percent of the vote. And Bolsonaro got 49.1 percent. However, Bolsonaro has yet to concede defeat. Lula will be sworn in as the next president on January 1. Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Brazilian President Lula for winning the election.

Before that, Lula was the president of Brazil from 2003 to 2010. He rose to the presidency from the trade union movement. During his time the poverty alleviation campaign was very successful. This success was highlighted by Lula during the election campaign. Bolsonaro overthrew the left-wing government with a landslide victory in the last election. However, Bolsonaro has lost popularity due to the unprecedented death toll during the Covid-19 pandemic and the severe economic downturn that followed. In that context, it was thought that the Left would win the election easily.

However, Holsonaro was vocal in defending conservative values. His slogan was, “God, Family, and Country”. The results of the election have proved that this slogan has come in handy. It can be said that the whole of Brazil has been divided into two parts by this election. While Lula got a little over 63 million votes, Bolsonaro got a little over 582 million. But like Donald Trump, Bolsonaro does not want to accept defeat in the election. Earlier, he expressed fear that the electronic voting system may be rigged. According to sources close to Bolsonaro, he will make his first statement on the election by Monday.

2003 to 2010 – During Lula’s first term, the world economy grew increasingly prosperous. Lula took home the benefits of that. However, the challenge in front of him is very big. During the campaign, Lula said he wanted to run a government not only with the left but also with the moderates and even the right. His aim is to take the country to the path of prosperity. Brazil, however, witnessed an intensely politically polarized election. Only 20 lakh people made a difference between the two candidates. Managing this polarized society is expected to be Lula’s biggest challenge. Not only in political matters, but in Brazil today this polarization is seen in social values, identities, and opinions – in all areas. So, whether red returns to Brazil or not, is a very big question.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Lula after the Supreme Electoral Court of Brazil declared her the winner. He said that India-Brazil is keen to work together to deepen and expand its scope. The Prime Minister’s Office tweeted that the Prime Minister is looking forward to increasing bilateral cooperation in various global issues. Not only Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but many state leaders starting from US President Joe Biden have congratulated Lula da Silva for being elected president of Brazil again.

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