What can Lula deliver for Brazil? | TV Shows
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva returns to power for a third presidential term.
With that said, the third time is the charm.
For newly sworn-in Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, his third term is an opportunity to take his country in a new direction.
Much has changed since the leftist leader last took power 12 years ago. He inherited a bitterly divided country with bleak economic prospects and the Amazon rainforest suffering from the policies of his predecessor Jair Bolsonaro, who allowed widespread deforestation.
The far-right leader skipped Sunday handover ceremony and is currently in the United States.
So is this a new dawn for Brazil? And what challenges remain for its chairman?
Indicator: Hashem Ahelbarra
Guilherme Casaroes – professor of political science at Brazil’s Fundacao Getulio Vargas University
Nizar Messari – professor of international relations at Al Akhawayn University of Morocco
Vinicius de Carvalho – reader of Brazilian and Latin American Studies at King’s College London and editor of the Anthem Brazil Studies Series