Celso Amorim, Brazil’s former FM and adviser to frontrunner Lula Da Silva, on what’s at stake in the upcoming election.
As Brazilians get ready to head to the polls, a former foreign minister and current adviser to the presidential campaign of Luiz Inácio “Lula” Da Silva warns that if incumbent president Jair Bolsanaro were to win a second term in office, “Brazil as we understand it will no longer exist.
“They are destroying the legacy of a hundred years of Brazilian Republic, more than a hundred years.”
This week on an UpFront special, Celso Amorim talks to Marc Lamont Hill about what lies ahead for Brazil.
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