Brazil: With the 94% of the votes counted, Rouseff wins with the 46,27% and will go to second round
Brazil, October 3, 2010
Dilma Rousseff, the candidate for Lula’s party is winning the elections with the 46.27% with the 94% of the votes counted according to a data published by the Superior Electoral Court on the Internet.
For now were counted the 94% over a total of 135 million people. For now Serra achieved the 32.98%, the Green Party with Marina Silva the 19,37% while Rouseff maintains the lead with the 46.27%.
The polls closed at 5 pm, elections that did not registered incidents or serious problems.
Lula da Silva and Dilma Rousseff await for the final the results of the vote in Brasilia, while Serra is in San Pablo.
Serra, after casting his vote reached the Alvorada Palace in San Pablo. Rouseff arrived at 4 pm at the Imperial Hotel in Brasilia.
The foreigners who voted through the respective embassies gave Rouseff greater percentage except in England, because she achieved the 46% in Paris, 44.1% in Rome and a 35.5 in London, the place where Serra got the 37%.