Brazil's elections on the horizon, amid ongoing corruption cases

Brazil will hold presidential elections in October next year. But right now times are tough, the economy is weak and Brazil is politically unstable.

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    Brazil will hold presidential elections in October next year.

    But right now times are tough, the economy is weak and Brazil is politically unstable.

    That’s led many to believe a popular former president will run again, but he's facing corruption charges that could prevent a comeback.

    Al Jazeera’s Gabriel Elizondo reports from Brasilia.


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