The presidential election in Brazil attracts worldwide attention because it is the sixth-most populous country (213 million inhabitants) after China, India, the United States, Indonesia, and Pakistan.
It has the fifth-largest geographical area and is the 12th-largest economy on the planet. But the decision on the continuity of the current president Jair Bolsonaro or the return of Lula Da Silva is of interest, above all, to South America.
Brazil is the largest economy in the . . .