Brazilian voters weighing many issues in upcoming presidential election

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Marina Silva, Dilma Rousseff Marina Silva, presidential candidate of the Brazilian Socialist Party, PSB, left, and Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff, presidential candidate for re-election of the Workers Party (PT), look on prior to a presidential debate organized by Brazil’s Bishops Confederation in Aparecida, Brazil, Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014. Brazil will hold general elections on Oct. 5. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)

The final televised election debate ahead of Sunday’s presidential elections in Brazil will air shortly. CCTV’s Stephen Gibbs reports from Rio de Janeiro.

Final televised debate for Brazil elections set to begin in 2 hours

Final televised debate for Brazil elections set to begin in 2 hours

The final televised election debate ahead of Sunday's presidential elections in Brazil will air shortly. CCTV's Stephen Gibbs reports from Rio de Janeiro.

The economy, education, and healthcare are just a few of the major issues Brazilian voters are considering when deciding who will be their next president.

For more on these and other issues shaping the outcome of the election, CCTV America was joined by Harold Trinkunas, chair of the Latin America Initiative at the Brookings Institute.

Brazilian voters weighing many issues in upcoming presidential election

Brazilian voters weighing many issues in upcoming presidential election

For more on the issues shaping the outcome of the election, CCTV America was joined by Harold Trinkunas, chair of the Latin America Initiative at the Brookings Institute.