Lula da Silva is confident that the transition will do an excellent job under the coordination of the elected Vice President Geraldo Alcamin.
Brazil returned to the world. We are ready to resume the fight against hunger and inequality and take a leading role in the fight against the climate crisis. Brazil’s elected President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva made the announcement on his Twitter account.
We are telling the world that Brazil is back. We are ready to resume the fight against hunger and inequality and take a leading role in the fight against the climate crisis. This is the Brazil we are going to build together. With work, dialogue and democracy. good night.
— Lula 13 (@LulaOfficial) 2 November 2022
The leader of the Workers’ Party (PT) promised Build a new Brazil with people working together, dialogue and democracy.
Lula da Silva, who will assume his new four-year term on January 1, 2023, won Brazil’s presidency in the second round of elections held last Sunday. 50.9 percent of valid votesAgainst his claimant, outgoing ruler Jair Bolsonaro, with 49.1 percent.
In another tweet, Lula expressed the hope of doing excellent work in the transition under the coordination of elected Vice President Geraldo Alcamin.
I am confident that in this transition we will have an excellent work, coordinated by @geraldoalckmin, We will form a government for all Brazilians. https://t.co/6jbzRHyDWV
— Lula 13 (@LulaOfficial) 1 November 2022
For his part, Alkamin thanked the elected president for his belief in the mission of coordinating the change of government.
Workers’ Party (PT) leader Gliese Hoffmann set Thursday, November 3, as the start date for the government change.