Two women are leading this year’s presidential election contest in Brazil – the incumbent Dilma Rousseff and an upstart candidate Marina Silva. Ms Silva shot to the top of the polls after she became Socialist Party candidate last month following the death of its previous presidential hopeful, Eduardo Campos. Joe Leahy, FT correspondent in São Paulo, discusses the two rival candidates with Fiona Symon.

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