Analysis: An Evangelical Vice-President For Bolsonaro?

The President wants to strengthen his conservative agenda with an eye to the 2022 election, nodding at the section that gave him votes and support through a space in the party.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro has conceded to allies that he may have an evangelical as his vice-president on the 2022 ballot.

He holds in the religious some some of the most significant endorsers of his government, and who were instrumental in his election campaign. Some leaders even ceded their temples for political rallies.

The three cabinet ministers-pastors, who lead the Human Rights, Education, and Justice Ministries, are evidence of the President's gratitude. But Bolsonaro wants to amplify this symbiosis.

Even when clothed as a "peace-and-love Bolsonaro" and restrained in his statements since . . .

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