Nicaraguan dictator congratulates Lula for being the most voted in the first round


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Daniel Ortega e Lula em 2010, durante visita do ditador nicaraguense a Brasília
Daniel Ortega and Lula in 2010, during the visit of the Nicaraguan dictator to Brasilia| Photo: EFE/FERNANDO BIZERRA JR

The dictator of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, sent a message this Monday (3) to the PT candidate for the presidency of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, for having been the most voted in the first round this Sunday (2).

“I congratulate you for this first moment of victory for the families and people of Brazil, who rise up with hope and the voices of giants, encourages us all”, wrote the Nicaraguan dictator, according to information from Agência Efe.

“We congratulate you, knowing that the world belongs to those who fight, and that we are achieving the necessary transformations, with the same courage”, added Ortega.

“Why Angela Merkel can stay 12 years in power and not Daniel Ortega?” , questioned.

Lula and the current president, Jair Bolsonaro (PL), will compete on the day 21 the second round of the presidential election. The PT had 21,30% of valid votes against 30, 2% of Bolsonaro in the first round, with 065,67% of the polls counted.

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