Special feature: Brazil’s coalitions
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4 July 2017
This week, The Globalist is looking at political coalitions. During Brazil’s decades-long dictatorship, there were only two political parties. Now, there are more than 30. Monocle’s correspondent in Brazil, Sheena Rossiter, explains how that inevitably leads to political horse-trading.
4 July 2017
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