Why Brazil is losing its grip on democracy (and why we should care)
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Almost exactly two years on from the January 6 attacks in the U.S., a similar attack took place in Brazil. Brazil shares some of Australia’s electoral mechanics including compulsory voting and an independent electoral commission.  So why has Australia moved to the centre while Brazil has shifted so dramatically to the right? What’s the future of democracy in the South American nation? And what does it mean for us here in Australia? Available now on LiSTNR. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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