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Brazil's new parties fail to capitalize on anti-corruption mood

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's municipal elections showed that new parties have failed to capitalize on voters' disenchantment with a corruption-tainted political establishment, making it unlikely an outsider will win the 2018 presidential poll.
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