Fernando Haddad, presidential candidate of the Workers' Party and the People is Happy Again Coalition.

BRAZILIA, Brazil.- Fernando Haddad, presidential candidate of the Workers’ Party and the People is Happy Again Coalition, said Brazil lives today under a threat of dictatorship in contemporary ways.

The former mayor of Sao Paulo city added there are many people ashamed of what is happening, and he also foresaw that there will be manifestations of all ways by those who are committed to democracy.

The PT candidate, quoted by Brasil de Fato newspaper, remarked that the country is at a historic crossroads in the elections of next October, when two opposing projects will be faced at the polls.

Haddad explained that on one side, there is one that seeks to preserve the legacy of the governments of the Workers’ Party, and on the other, that of the conservative forces willing to compromise social policies.