Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro will lead a country barely out of recession and still hoping for political stability after years of crisis and polarization.
The new president, elected in an anti-establishment campaign, will now need to build consensus and prove he can rally political support for his agenda.
CGTN’s Paulo Cabral reports on Bolsonaro’s challenges and priorities.
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- Heloisa Villela is a correspondent for Brazilian media.
- Rodrigo Constantino is an economist and author
- Fernando Cutz is the former director for South America on the White House National Security Council
- Paulo Sotero is the director of the Brazil Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
At his inauguration, Jair Bolsonaro resorted instead to the well-known "us against them" rhetoric. That's an approach Brazil can't afford, writes DW's correspondent Thomas Milz. https://t.co/b5fyGwS1lY
— DW News (@dwnews) January 2, 2019
— Americas Quarterly (@AmerQuarterly) December 31, 2018