RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The former governor of São Paulo state João Doria (PSDB) announced on Monday (23) that he renounced his candidacy for president of Brazil. The party leadership wanted Doria's name withdrawn from the race so that they could support a single candidacy of the so-called third way.
"I understand that I am not the choice of the summit of the PSDB," he said. "I withdraw from this dispute with a wounded heart but a light soul," he added.
The announcement came after a meeting between Doria and party president Bruno Araújo and . . .