Opinion, by The Curmudgeon
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Marina has now come out in favor of Aécio, as have most of the political parties that supported her, and the late Eduardo Campos’s family. Campos’s own party, however, has been split: its President has publicly accused Marina of “betraying” the party’s heritage, which he sees as leftist. For this heresy, he’s being unceremoniously booted out of office.
More importantly, PMDB, traditionally the largest party in Brazil in terms of elected federal, state and municipal legislators, as well as in terms of the number of municipal prefectures . . .