The Wall Street Journal quotes Adrienne Arsht Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Ricardo Sennes on the challenges facing newly reelected Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff:

“Dilma faces an uphill battle to advance her agenda: she will need to form broad coalitions to advance legislation at a time when allied parties are growing increasingly rebellious,” wrote Ricardo Sennes in a post-election analysis for the Atlantic Council think tank. “She will be forced to engage in the political horse trading of ministerial posts and other government patronage to secure the support of smaller parties.”

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