August 29, 2009
SouthAmerica: The 2010 presidential election in Brazil will have major economic impact in the Brazilian economy â depending on who gets elected.
The comments section of this article also includes information about who should be the next president of Brazil.
Many members of Brazzil magazine agree that Lieutenant-General Augusto Heleno Ribeiro Pereira should be running for president of Brazil in 2010. And various members of Brazzil magazine also pledged their vote and support to General Augusto Heleno.
In the comments section we also discussed about Colombia and how the leaders of that country decided to give up on Colombiaâs sovereignty status as an independent country, and become just a country occupied militarily by foreign forces.
You can read about it at:
Brazil VS. Venezuela â The Inevitability of Latin American Polarization.
1) Aren't you getting ahead of yourself?
2) Does it really matter? Doesn't the real power lie behind the throne?
3) In a soccer game, bet on Brazil.