Looking ahead to 2018: Brazilian vote scheduled amid crisis

Brazil is emerging from a recession and struggling with the fall-out from corruption scandals. But there's hope that next year's elections could bring change.

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    Brazil is emerging from a recession and struggling with the fall-out from corruption scandals.

    But there's hope that next year's elections could bring change.

    In this part of our series looking ahead to 2018, we head to Brazil.

     

    John Holman reports from Recife in Brazil.


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