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Outgoing President Jair Bolsonaro beat Labor leader Luiz Ignazio Lula da Silva by 47.1%, by 41.5%, about twenty minutes after polls closed, according to the first data sent by the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE). .

Long queues of voters were seen at various polling stations, where more than 156 million citizens voted. Authorities said there have been no major accidents so far. In the two most populous cities of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, there were queues that could have waits up to three hours to vote at noon.

The leader of the Workers’ Party, Luiz Ignazio Lula da Silva, leads with 51.2%, while the president on the right, Jair Bolsonaro, leads with 36.7% five minutes after the polls closed, according to the first data transmitted by the Supreme Electoral Court. .

Bolsonaro, awaits the result of the first round of elections at Palacio da Alvorada, his official residence in Brasilia, where a fence has been extended around the building to house his supporters. Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is instead at a hotel in São Paulo. Its supporters have already reserved Paulista Avenue, the central artery of the metropolis, ready to celebrate in case of victory.

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