The Economist nailed it in a recent article about Dilma and her recent exit from Lula’s shadow… and here is their opinion about the differences between both:

“…Lula was a consummate dealmaker and pragmatist, who, like many Brazilian presidents, bought loyalty by doling out government jobs and pork. Most of the economic reforms that underlay the growth during his presidency were the work of his predecessor… Ms Rousseff’s administration is firmer in its principles, more technocratic, more personally loyal…”

And the reader may ask what do this blog think of Lula… or very likely no one cares, but we may shed some light here.




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