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Brazil Elections 2022: A Discussion on the State and Stakes of the Race

July 7, 2022

In this special presentation of the Brazil Institute Podcast, host Nick Zimmerman speaks with reporter at large and Columnist at Folha de São Paulo Patrícia Campos Mello, CEO and Founder of IDEIA Big Data Maurício Moura, and Partner at JOTA digital media startup Fernando Mello, about Brazil’s upcoming presidential election, how the results may unfold come October, and what are some of the policy implications the result might entail.


Patrícia Campos Mello

Patrícia Campos Mello

Reporter at Large and Columnist, Folha de São Paulo
Mauricio Moura

Maurício Moura

CEO and Founder, IDEIA Big Data
Fernando Mello

Fernando Mello

Partner, JOTA

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