More than 80 people, including candidates for Brazil’s unified regional elections, are killed

More than 80 people, including candidates for Brazil’s unified regional elections, will be killed on November 8 at 11:58 a.m.

In Brazil, South America, a unified local election will be held this month, but by the end of last month, at least 80 people had been killed in elections, including the killing of a opposition candidate who criticized the incumbent mayor, and the police have called attention to it.
In Brazil, a unified local election will be held on the 15th of this month, but according to local police, at least 80 people involved in the election, including candidates, have been killed by the end of last month.

Especially since September, when the election is approaching, the number of murders involving elections has increased, and computationally, one person is killed every three days.

Slaughtered are candidates for mayoral and municipal elections who are pursuing corruption, such as incumbent mayors, and there have been a number of cases where families of victims kill opposing candidates for restoration.

Due to the influence of the new Coronavirus, this election is often held in a live format on the Internet, avoiding rallies, and the number of cases where the dispute becomes serious because it is easy to grasp the claims of rival candidates is increasing.

In Brazil, the number of victims tends to increase with election incidents every time an election is held, and local police are calling on candidates to respond calmly.