Lula makes a stunning comeback in Brazil's election

Brazil has taken a go to the left as previous president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva beat extreme right officeholder Jair Bolsonaro in the presidential election.

After a disruptive mission that saw two severe opponents on inverse sides of the political range clash, Lula won 50.9% of the votes.

It was sufficient to beat Jair Bolsonaro, whose allies had been sure of triumph. 

Yet, the division that this political decision has featured is probably not going to disappear. 

A dazzling rebound for a politician who couldn't run in the last presidential election in 2018 on the grounds that he was in prison and restricted from representing office.

He had been viewed as a legitimate fault for getting a bribe from a Brazilian construction firm as a trade-off for contracts with Brazil's state oil organization Petrobras. 

Lula spent 580 days in prison before his conviction was repealed and he got back to the political conflict. 

"They attempted to cover me alive and I'm right here," Lula expressed, starting off his triumph discourse.