This October 28 is the second round of the elections in Brazil in which the right-wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro and the socialist Fernando Haddad, will meet again after a first meeting.
Both candidates state that they are committed to respecting the fundamental principles of the Brazilian Constitution in a disclosed document.
The commitment was made at the initiative of the Brazilian Press Association (ABI), which presented the same document to both candidates and disclosed it, reported the EFE news agency.
Bolsonaro leads the intention to vote for the second presidential round with 59% support and Haddad follows with 41%. The two candidates said compromise and respect.
The candidates respect the constitutional mandate to maintain and respect the clauses that can not be changed by the Congress and guarantee freedom of press and expression.