Brazil elections: the enduring threat of Bolsonaro | The Economist

President Jair Bolsonaro, the Trump of the Tropics, has undermined democracy, drummed up division and inspired cult-like devotion from his followers. Whether he is re-elected or not, the right-wing populist movement he has unleashed is unlikely to go away.

  1. The appeal of Bolsonaro
  2. Bolsonaro’s power in Congress
  3. Bolsonaro and the gun lobby
  4. Bolsonaro’s impact on the environment
  5. Bolsonaro’s appeal to evangelical christians
  6. How Bolsonaro has weakened democracy
  7. What will happen if Bolsonaro loses?