After a decently hosted Paralympic Games in Tokyo, it became clear that the President of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is fully up to the job. In this post, he replaced in 2017 the Briton Philip Craven, who was distinguished by a certain nervousness and recklessness in his decisions.
The Brazilian has no rivals, and he will be re-elected on December 12 at the IPC session in Taipei.
There will also be elections for 11 more vacant positions. According to the Statute of the IGC, the period of work of its members is limited to three four-year terms.