Category: Politics

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff Re-elected


Brazil 2014 Presidential Elections


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On Sunday 26th October 2014, Brazilians experienced one of the tightest election contests in their history. The eagerly awaited results came out at around eight o’clock in the evening and confirmed a second mandate for President Dilma Rousseff, who won the presidential elections with a very narrow majority of 3.28%.
The country was politically strongly divided, with the South of the country mainly voting for the political candidate Aécio Neves and the northern part of the country preferring Dilma. President Dilma now has to bring the Brazilian people together by working on issues that matter to the whole population like improving education, fighting corruption and revitalizing the Brazilian economy.
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Bridge Gilberto Amado is inaugate for President Dilma Rousseff in Sergipe


President Dilma Rousseff traveled this Tuesday (29) to Sergipe to inaugurate two major projects in the state.

The first, scheduled for 9:30 am local time (10:30 GMT on), is the Bridge Gilberto Amado, which interconnects the southern coast of the state to the north coast of Bahia. After, at 11:30 am, in the municipality of Barra dos Coqueiros, in the metropolitan area of Aracaju, she inaugurates wind farm.