Supporters of far-right lawmaker and presidential candidate for the Social Liberal Party (PSL), Jair Bolsonaro, take part in a pro-Bolsonaro demonstration in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, during the second round of the presidential elections, on October 28, 2018. Brazilians cast ballots Sunday in a divisive presidential run-off election whose front-runner, far-right former army captain Jair Bolsonaro, is vowing to rescue the country from crisis with a firm grip.
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Le Brésil est le onzième pays démocratique à choisir un chef d'État populiste depuis le début du millénaire. La montée du populisme s'accélère dans le monde.

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