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Brazilian presidential election, 1978 Wikipedia
The Brazilian presidential election was held in 1978 through a electoral college system. The opposition's party, the Brazilian Democratic Movement (MDB), chose an anti-candidate to fill the spot and denounce the restrict democracy. The MDB chose General Euler Bentes Monteiro to run the elections against João Figueiredo from the National Renewal Alliance Party. João Figueiredo won with 355 electoral votes against 226 votes for Euler Monteiro.