(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the leader of Brazil's Workers'
Party, has overtaken incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro in Sunday's
presidential elections and is expanding his lead, according to data
from about 85% of protocols that were published by the Superior
Electoral Court, reports citing .
Lula da Silva, who ran the South American country from 2003 to
2010, collected 46.64% of the vote. Bolsonaro, a conservative,
secured the support of 44.73% of the voters. The gap between them
is about 2 million people, and it continues to widen.
The total number of voters, according to the electoral court, is
more than 156 million people. Were none of the candidates gather
more than 50% of the vote, Brazil will hold a runoff on October
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