canada goose Far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro will face-off against leftist challenger in runoff after Brazil vote Anthony Boadle, Mateus Maia, Reuters 21h Workers’ Party Presidential candidate Fernando Haddad shot on Oct. 4, left, and an Oct. 7, 2018 photo of Jair Bolsonaro, of the Social Liberal Party. AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo Far-right Congressman Jair Bolsonaro won nearly half the votes in Brazil’s first-round presidential election.Bolsonaro won 46.3 percent of valid ballots, far ahead of leftist Fernando Haddad’s 29 percent but short of the outright majority needed to avoid a runoff election.The two will face-off in a second round of voting on October 28.Bolsonaro, who has vowed a brutal crackdown on crime and graft, gained momentum after a near-fatal stabbing at a rally one month ago that kept him from campaigning. BRASILIA (Reuters) – Far-right Congressman and former Army captain Jair Bolsonaro won nearly half the votes in Brazil’s first-round presidential election on Sunday, marking a major shift to the right in Latin America’s largest nation fueled by voters’ anger at corruption. In what is likely to be a deeply polarizing race, Bolsonaro, who has praised Brazil’s 1964-1985 military dictatorship, will face leftist Fernando Haddad www.baertakreation.de , the former mayor of Sao Paulo, in a second round of voting on Oct. 28. Bolsonaro won 46.3 percent of valid ballots, far ahead of Haddad’s 29 percent but short of the outright majority needed to avoid an runoff, electoral authorities said. Bolsonaro, 63 www.baertakreation.de , had surged in recent opinion polls on a wave of antipathy towards Haddad’s Workers Party, whose leader is serving 12 years in prison after a corruption conviction. Bolsonaro, who has vowed a brutal crackdown on crime and graft, gained momentum after a near-fatal stabbing at a rally one month ago that kept him from campaigning. Presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro at a campaign rally, moments before being stabbed. Antonio Scorza/Agencia O Globo via AP Some pundits have dubbed Bolsonaro a “Tropical Trump” because of his large social media following, pugnacious demeanor and multiple wives. He faces federal hate crime charges for racist and misogynist rants. His commanding lead heading into the second round marks another advance by populist, anti-establishment leaders, who have won power in eastern Europe, the United States and the Philippines. In his first public remarks celebrating his lead in the vote, Bolsonaro pledged to slash the size of the state, reduce the cabinet to 15 ministries, cut payroll taxes and privatize or shut many state companies. In video streamed live over social media with economic advisor Paulo Guedes sitting by his side, Bolsonaro said he would have clinched the race with a majority of votes on Sunday if it were not for faulty voting machines. He provided no details. Bolsonaro’s surge in opinion polls prompted a rally in recent days in Brazil’s currency and stock market. Many investors want to avoid a return of the leftist Workers Party after the end of its 2003-2016 rule saw the world’s eighth-largest economy fall into its worst recession in decades. Supporters rallying outside his Rio de Janeiro home waved the green-and-yellow national flag, chanting “Our president!” when he returned from voting, accompanied by a nurse, in a convoy of black SUVs. “Bolsonaro is an example of honesty. Our country needs someone to take tough measures,” said civil servant Orlando Senna, who said his uncle served in the army with Bolsonaro. Senna said he was worried that Bolsonaro’s presidential rivals would gang up on him and back Haddad in the runoff. In Sao Paulo, supporters celebrated on a main avenue with a giant inflatable doll in military uniform depicting Bolsonaro’s running mate, retired general Hamilton Mouro. In the most polarized election since the end of military rule in 1985, Bolsonaro is backed by a group of retired officers like Mouro who have criticized Workers Party governments and publicly advocate military intervention if corruption continues. SEE ALSO: A controversial Brazilian presidential candidate was nearly stabbed to death at a campaign rally NOW WATCH: How Sony created the perfect video game controller canada goose parka

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