Brasilia, Sept 21 (Prensa Latina) Former President and candidate Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is scheduled to have a meeting today with United States officials who are interested in future issues on the bilateral agenda such as elections and the environment in Brazil.
According to CNN Brasil Television, the standards of the presidency of the Workers’ Party will speak with various representatives for the elections to be held on October 2.
Among the Americans in charge of that legion is d’Affaires, his government’s chief officer in the South American giant, Douglas Koneff, noting that the position of ambassador is not occupied.
CNN assured that the information was officially confirmed by sources in the US Embassy and Lula’s campaign.
In addition to the former Labor leader, former Foreign Minister Celso Amorim and Senator Jacques Wagner should also participate.
The television station indicates that the meeting was considered reserved by both parties, although it is believed to have taken place earlier. The plan is for the exchange of ideas to take place in So Paulo, at the headquarters of the Lula Institute.
However, the embassy informed CNN that “the dates of the meetings are not related to other events and depend only on the availability of candidates.”
According to the media, the idea of Americans is to ensure support for the election result and address potential issues on the bilateral agenda, such as democracy and the environment, central issues for US President Joe Biden.
Opinion polls increasingly confirm that Lula and far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro will be the heroes of the next election controversy.
Analysts assure that the October elections in Brazil, Latin America’s richest country, will lead to a polarizing battle that will likely leave results beyond its borders.