Brazzil Mag

July 2010
Brazzil Mag;7/1/2010, p1
The article discusses problems faced by Brazilian electoral courts to select who is eligible to run for office in the October general elections. It has been sated that 2,776 politicians who wanted to register as candidates were rejected. It is evident that Ficha Limpa (Clean Criminal Record) law is preventing politicians with certain types of convictions ineligible to run for office.


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