Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva Wins Brazil Elections Defeat's Bolsonaro

1 November 2022 01:48

Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva says, the Brazilian people is the real winner of the elections after the electoral authority said he had defeated incumbent Jair Bolsonaro to become the Country's next president.
Da Silva told his supporters in Sao Paulo, that the victory wasn't mine or the workers' party nor the parties that supported him in campaign. He says it was the victory of a democratic movement that formed above political parties, personal interests and ideologies, so that democracy came out victorious.

He also vowed to reinstate the monitoring of the Amazon with special interest of illegal mining of minerals, lumber extraction or land clearing for agriculture.
With 99 point 9 pecent of the votes tallied in the runoff vote, Da Silva had 50 point 9 percent and Bolsonaro 49 point 1 percent and the election authority said Da Silva’s victory was a mathematical certainty.

Da Silva is promising to govern beyond his party. He wants to bring in centrists and even some leaning to the right, who voted for him for the first time and to restore the country's.