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The 2010 presidential election in Brazil will have major economic impact in Brazil

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    August 29, 2009

    SouthAmerica: The 2010 presidential election in Brazil will have major economic impact in the Brazilian economy – 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 Colombia’s 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 – The Inevitability of Latin American Polarization.
    http://www.brazzil.com/component/co...of-latin-american-polarization-.html#comments

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  2. 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. :cool:
     

  3. Yes.

    If General Augusto Heleno wins the election then the rules of the game is going to change.

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  4. We've just had the same thing happen here. The rules are fluid, changing rapidly, and our "leaders" are arrogant criminals.
    Good luck.
     
  5. Southamerica

    What should happen if Ribeiro wins?
    $R, bovespa, bonds?:confused:
     
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    August 29, 2009

    SouthAmerica: Reply to Doji7

    If you read the following thread including the comments after the article then you get your answer.

    Brazil VS. Venezuela – The Inevitability of Latin American Polarization.
    http://www.brazzil.com/component/co...-.html#comments

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  7. Serra will be the next President...
     
  8. Wow...really?! Amazing
     
  9. I disagree. I think the economy in Brazil will have a major impact on the 2010 presidential election in Brazil.
     
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    August 29, 2009

    SouthAmerica: The 2010 presidential election in Brazil will have major economic impact in the Brazilian economy – depending on who gets elected.


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    Pspr: I disagree. I think the economy in Brazil will have a major impact on the 2010 presidential election in Brazil.


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    September 2, 2009

    SouthAmerica: My statement is based on: if General Augusto Heleno is elected president of Brazil in 2010.

    And I hope he runs for president.

    Brazilians are tired of being abused by the criminal gangs all over Brazil, and also the drug traffickers.

    It is time for a major clean up job all over Brazil, and get the country back.


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    Homo/pHox: this is too funny... you still think someone besides you is interested in brazil, why??? why don't you start by explaining your obsession with brazil, and why you think it's important to others (outside of brazil and south america)


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    September 2, 2009

    SouthAmerica: If you need to ask these questions, then you are the kind of people that would be a waste of my time for me to give you an answer about anything – never mind about Brazil or South America.

    By the way, do you know in which continent Brazil is located?

    I give you a clue: is not in Africa.

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    September 2, 2009

    SouthAmerica: Reply to Homo/pHox

    I just want to inform you that I have added your name to my ignore list, and I will not be able to see any of your postings.

    Please why don’t you do the same regarding my postings?

    I give the answer to my question about Brazil, otherwise you probably would go nuts trying to find Brazil on a Atlas.

    Brazil is located in the Americas.

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    Atlas = A book or bound collection of maps, sometimes with supplementary illustrations and graphic analysis.
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  13. Augusto Heleno is a crap....!
    Serra will be the next President

    Real heading to 1.65:)
     
  14. That's fucking nothing compared to my next door neighbor, Ciudad Juarez.

    "Mexico's volatile border city of Ciudad Juarez has the world's highest murder rate, followed by Caracas, Venezuela, and the US city of New Orleans, a Mexican security watchdog said Wednesday.

    Ciudad Juarez -- the scene of regular and brutal score-settling between rival drug gangs -- has 130 murders per 100,000 inhabitants, said the Citizen's Council for Public Security (CCSP) in a statement........"


    http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5gE00fO6MxS_05BL5058o69Ds7auQ



    Brazil ain't that bad, just say'n.

    -troll
     
  15. I agree it's never a good thing.

    But if people want to complain about murder rates and 'danger zones'.

    Baghdad is upwards of 45 and New Orleans is considered 5th I believe.

    Let me repeat: New Orleans, USA = 5th. People should be more afraid of home than what's going on in Brazil.

    -troll