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Rousseff vows to continue political reforms
Rousseff vows to continue political reforms

The winner of Brazil’s run-off presidential election, incumbent Dilma Rousseff, says she will be committed to continuing her administration’s political reforms during her second term as president.

Rousseff made the remarks during her acceptance speech in the capital, Brasilia, shortly after she won the country’s presidential vote against opposition leader Aecio Neves.

“The most important reform is political. This president is open to dialogue. This is the top priority of my second mandate,” Rousseff said, vowing to combat corruption.

Rousseff also said she would improve her performance during her second presidential term.

“I want to be a much better president than I have been to date,” the Brazilian president said, calling for “peace and unity.”

During the second round of the presidential race in Brazil, Rousseff won 51.6 percent of the votes, while her rival received 48.4 percent.

Rousseff is faced with a slow-growing economy and a recession during her second term.

More than 140 million Brazilians turned out to vote on Sunday.

Left-leaning Rousseff enjoys the support of the poor due to her Workers’ Party’s social welfare programs. Her government’s policies have helped pull about 40 million Brazilians out of extreme poverty.

Rousseff, 66, was elected Brazil’s first female president in 2010. Her party has been ruling since 2002.

 

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