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If da Silva wins the second round in Brazil, he will have a “very hostile” Parliament

Lula da Silva (PT, left) will face an opposition majority in the National Congress if he wins in the second round of the Brazilian presidential elections, Dmitri Razumovski, director of the Latin American Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, assured Sputnik.

"If he were to win hypothetically, he would always be facing the opposition of parliamentarians to the government's decisions. That is, they would block them. It would be a very hostile environment for da Silva," he said.

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