Brazil to elect new president
Nksagar-Sagar Media Inc : Ruling party candidate Dilma Rousseff goes into Sunday's second-round run-off with double-digit poll lead her double digit lead over rival Jose Serra on the last day of campaigning.Rousseff to become Brazil's first woman president.
(live-PR.com) - Dilma Rousseff cruised through the final television debate with presidential rival Jose Serra on Friday as various poll results show her heading for a convincing win in Sunday's runoff election. Jose Serra a final chance to win over undecided voters on Brazil's most-watched channel, not opted to go on the aggression in a debate that had no heated exchanges between the candidates could be an issue on post poll political adjustment between Dilma rival Jose:
In cashing the growing popularity of her mentor Lula da Silva the popular former union boss hand-picked her to succeed him talked of nation's economy Dilma Rousseff said “The economy is growing, people are going up in the world, 28 million Brazilians have left poverty and I'll bring the remaining 20 million out of poverty,” at debate on Globo television which was held in a “town hall” style with rival candidates discussing questions on her lack of experience
Ms Rousseff’s who came across serious questionings about her position regarding abortion, corruption scandals and even her sexuality debate for the undecided voters, leaving little room for Serra to corner the former chief of staff of outgoing President Lula da Silva.
Voting is mandatory in Brazil, voters have choice to leave their ballots blank to show dissatisfaction with the candidates.
Brazil Second oil well -the Libra well located 183 kilometers off the coast of Rio de Janeiro in the Santos Basin holds between 3.7 and 15 billion barrels of oil is comparable to the giant Tupi discovery announced in 2007 thus stage among top fuel energy producers :
Brazil’s Ground oil reserves up to 29 billion barrels, in line with one of the top ten petroleum producers in the world.Brazil discovered billions of barrels of oil in offshore reserves in the past two years, pre-salt fields off at its southeast coast.
Petrobras subscribed $42.5bn value shares to the government in exchange for the rights to 5bn barrels of pre-salt oil last month: Media agencies