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The 34-page document setting out guidelines for his possible government, published on Tuesday, was put together by Fundacao Perseu Abramo, the think-tank of Lula’s Workers’ Party, in collaboration with six other leftist parties that make up his coalition. It is short in specifics and, according to the Workers’ Party website, intended to guide more concrete policy proposals after a period of public debate that starts now. 


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