51.6 percent of the vote in the second round of the presidential elections, the leader of the left side of the field in Brazil Dilma Rousseff was elected president once again .
51.6 percent of the vote in the second round of the presidential elections, the leader of the left side of the field in Brazil Dilma Rousseff was elected president once again . Photo from South American countries in the second round of the general elections held yesterday in Brazil Dilma Rousseff , the 48.4 percent of the vote, his opponent was able to be the winner of the election been 51.6 per cent against the social democrat leader Aecio Neves . After Rating engaged balcony speech Brazil's first female President Rousseff , \"should able to stay calm and tomorrow we must now back to work ,\"he said .
Considered after finalization of Rousseff's rival of 99.6 percent of the vote in Brazil, while being forced to accept the Aecio Neves defeat Rousseff , Neves governor of the state of Minas Gerais that were able to also take an important vote ratio. Photo Rousseff , taking about 56 percent of the overall vote in public elections held on 31 October 2010, Brazil on January 1st 2011 the country's first woman President had been . In the first round of this year's general elections held had managed to winning elections , taking 41.59 percent of votes across Neves opponent. Photo