Brazilian presidential candidate and former President socialist Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who won the first round of Brazil's presidential election with a much smaller margin than predicted, announced today that he would begin a dialogue with other political forces ahead of the Oct. 30 runoff.
"We will have to talk more with the people and the political parties that participated in the elections," he said in São Paulo after the first round of voting, in which he received 48 percent of the vote.
In comparison, incumbent Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro had 43 percent.
The Workers' Party . . .