Lula Beats President Bolsonaro to Win Brazil Election, shocking majority of the people.

Within only three years, Luiz Incio Lula da Silva went from being a prisoner to president-elections.

Against the odds, da Silva's bold political campaign enabled him to garner the presidency to stand for Brazil on Sunday in the national runoff election .

Da Silva, who formerly served as a two-term president, won 50.9 percent of the vote compared with 49.1 percent for Bolsonaro. Da Silva will be sworn-in for a four-year term on January 1.

Da Silva's most spectacular political accomplishment occurred in Sunday's win.

In 2002, da Silva ran for the presidency initially, but was unsuccessful. Afterward, he ran for reelection in 2006 and was successful.

Prime Ministers rushed to congratulate da Silva on his victory.

President Biden said that “I congratulate Luiz Incio Lula da Silva on his having won the election to be the next president of Brazil following fair and free elections”.

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