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The Talk Is #59: Radical or moderate Lula? Which version will run in the elections?

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Despite public articulations to set up a ticket with former toucan Geraldo Alckmin and nods to centrist parties, former president Luís Inácio Lula da Silva announced this week that, if elected, he will revoke Michel Temer’s labor reform, review privatizations and end the spending. The announcement encouraged the PSOL and leftist militants, but embarrassed Alckmin’s supporters who were already accepting a partnership with the PT. After all, which Lula is coming for the October elections?

In this edition of O Papo É, the debaters also deal with a recent survey that pointed to the drop in Brazilian support for gay marriage. In one year, it dropped from 45% to 24%, a trend that is also registered abroad. Would this indication of loss of popularity be related to identity policies defended by the left?

Temporarily replacing Paulo Polzonoff Jr., this edition of O Papo É has ​​Jônatas Dias Lima in the presentation, accompanied by Gazeta do Povo columnists Guilherme Fiuza, Rodrigo Constantino and Bruna Frascolla.

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