By Marcela Canavarro, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - While Brazil hasn't questioned Iran's election results, the Brazilian External Relations Ministry's official position is to respect the decision announced by Iranian authorities that confirmed Ahmadinejad as president. Minister Celso Amorim affirmed that Iran has its own voting system and that the country should decide on its own behalf.
"It's not up to Brazil telling Iran what to do", said Amorim.
The Brazilian government emphasized that Iran's reaction to the presidential election is a signal of democratic life in the country. Lula's Foreign Affairs adviser, Professor . . .