Brazil – and Its Jewish Community – Battle for the Soul of Latin America’s Biggest Democracy

With right-wing leader Jair Bolsonaro poised to be elected president on Sunday, Brazilians and Jews tell Haaretz what they think of the man whom the left fears will usher in fascism

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On Sunday, millions of Brazilians will set out for the sixth time in their brief history as citizens of a democracy to elect a new president. In 1985, Brazil emerged from a 21-year military dictatorship.