A Workers' Party supporter holds a mask with the face of presidential candidate Fernando Haddad during a campaign rally in Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, on Sept. 21, ahead of the Oct. 7 national election. The winner of Brazil's presidential election will face a divided Congress.
A corruption scandal has blown the race wide open. The resulting fragmentation could pave the way for a newcomer to become president –- but not necessarily to remain in power once there. ...
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