Brazil swings back to the left, but with a narrow margin that leaves the new president very little room for error.
A runoff in Brazil pits a badly flawed democrat against the incumbent authoritarian.
Brazil's presidential election is rather closer than expected, and a poor result for the opinion polls. Meanwhile, the electoral system disenfranchises a lot of voters in Latvia.
Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil and Bulgaria all go to the polls on Sunday.
Our monthly roundup of election news covers Kenya, Canada, Brazil and Austria.
A president narrowly returned in Angola, a high-profile loss in Alaska and the draft constitution goes down in Chile.
Chile votes on a new constitution, while Colombia sets out a path to drug legalisation.
With two months until Brazil's presidential election, the controversial incumbent could by laying the foundations for a Trump-style attempt at subversion.
Four results with conflicting lessons, in Australia, France, Spain and Colombia.
The left leads in the first round of Colombia's presidential election, but will need to overcome a vaguely Trump-like centrist in the runoff.