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Five days before the elections in Brazil, former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva maintains the lead in voting intentions with 48.3 percent, according to the latest survey by Atlas.
In this sense, the lawmaker of the ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Roy Daza, said in case Lula wins, there will be "a political turn at least in Latin America, particularly in South America," which will contribute to integration in the region.
Atlas Survey (22-26/Sep): Lula leads in 1Q and 2Q! Lula wins in 1Q? NO 1T: Squid: 48.3% (-0 ,1) Bolsonaro: 41% (+2.4) Cyrus: 3.5% (-2,8) Tebet: 2.1% (-2,9) Others: 2.7% (+0.9) Invalid: 2.3% (+1.3) Lula advantage in Q2 over: Bolsonaro: 7.6 (-4.1) Cyrus: 18.3 (-2.1)
According to the lawmaker, as the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, has said on several occasions, there is an emergence of a multipolar world.
Daza said that "a new world is emerging, I agree with President Maduro that the unipolar world no longer exists, we are moving towards a multipolar world," with equal conditions for all nations and respect for their self-determination and sovereignty.