Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva triumphed over incumbent president Jair Bolsonaro Sunday in Brazil’s presidential runoff vote.
Da Silva had 50.9% of the ballots, with 99.9% of the votes counted. Election officials said Lula’s victory was a mathematical certainty.
“They tried to bury me alive and here I am,” President-elect Da Silva said Sunday.
The far-right Bolsonaro did not acknowledge defeat on Sunday. However, a day before the runoff vote, he said, “There is not the slightest doubt. Whoever has more votes, takes it [the election].”
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