At 77, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva won Sunday evening the second round of the presidential election, according to the electoral justice of the country.

With around 51% of the vote, compared to 49% of outgoing president Jair Bolsonaro, Lula is ahead of his opponent by around two million votes. Il retrouve un fauteuil qu’il avait occupé de 2003 à 2010.

Now, the main question will be whether Bolsonaro will accept the verdict of the polls, after becoming the premier who is running for a second mandate and is not re-elected since the return to democracy in 1985.

Lula a déjà été élé président à deux reprises, in 2002 and 2006.

Le scrutin le plus polarisé dans l’histoire du pays

Toute la soirée, les deux candidates étaiten au coude-à-coude dans le dépouillement du scrutin. Le

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156 million voters were called to leave the ex-president of the Left Lula and the outgoing head of state of the extreme right Jair Bolsonaro in the most polarized poll in the modern history of the immense country.

The election took place without a major incident but with a gross controversy, the federal road police ayant, selon les partisans de Lula, retardé des électeurs en route vers les bureaux de vote.

In the first round, Lula received 48.4% of voters against 43.2% for Bolsonaro.