Opinion: Brazil’s Presidential Party Propaganda

The party coalition numbers are important because Brazilian election law calls for a daily total of fifty minutes of party propaganda, on Brazilian open TV and radio.

Opinion, by Michael Royster

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – August 6th was the deadline for all political parties to register their slates of candidates (president and vice president, governor, senator and federal and state deputies) chosen at their nominating conventions; however, all parties still have until August 15th, when election propaganda will begin to inflict itself upon the Brazilian citizenry, to change their minds.

As of August 6th some 31 political parties registered their slates, but there were

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