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KKI event: Scenarios for Brazil after the Elections

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The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (KKI) will hold a round-table discussion dubbed “Scenarios for Brazil after the Elections,” featuring Judit Ricz, research fellow at the Institute of World Economics, MTA Center for Economic and Regional Studies; Pedro Perfeito Da Silva, a PhD student of Central European University; and Sándor Gyula Nagy, deputy director of the KKI.

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The discussion will be moderated by KKI Research Fellow Barnabás Szabó.

The event will take place on Wednesday, November 7, from 5.30 p.m. at the KKI (1016 Budapest, Bérc Street 13-15), and will be conducted in English. Entrance is free, but prior registration is necessary at the KKI website. 

The Brazilian general election was held on October 7, with the second round between Social Liberal Party candidate Jair Bolsonaro and Workersʼ Party candidate Fernando Haddad to be held on October 28.

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