Party conference season is underway in Brazil (it will run to 5 August) and this year it is all about nominating presidential candidates for the elections due on 7 October. With an electorate angry over corruption and the weak economy, October’s contest is forecast as uncertain, unusual, and likely to see political outsiders make inroads. But the old politics of deal making, networks, and money hasn’t gone away.

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