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Clean hands

12 April 2018 By Martin Langfield

The jailing of the country’s most popular politician, Lula, and voter disgust at corruption among the powerful will give outsiders with clean reputations a chance to shine in October elections. That’s welcome, but could mean needed spending cutbacks are less likely to happen.

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