Brazil’s City Elections Bust for Left But No Boon for TemerBy and
Outsider businessman wins election in Brazil’s biggest city
Temer reforms may see short-term boost, longer term opposition
Brazilian voters thrashed the leftist Workers’ Party in municipal elections on Sunday but gave no clear sign of support for President Michel Temer as recession and corruption fatigue favored abstention and outsiders.
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