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First, Bolsonaro used Telegram to talk about the policies adopted during his reign, without any reference to the demonstrations taking place in Brazil this Sunday. Only later, after about an hour, did he decide to respond to the invasion of the National Congress, the Planalto Palace and the Federal Supreme Court. given that these “run away from the rules”.
“It’s his fault too. Lula blames Bolsonaro, returns to Brasilia and issues a federal intervention order to contain the demonstrations.
“Peaceful demonstrations in the form of law are part of democracy,” wrote the former Brazilian president, who has not been to Brazil since Lula da Silva was preparing to take office. However, in associating these incursions with the left wing, Bolsonaro mentioned that “looting and breaking into public buildings that took place today, as well as those practiced by the left in 2013 and 2017, are outside the rules”.
Throughout my mandate, I have always adhered to the four lines of the Constitution, respecting and defending laws, democracy, transparency and our sacred freedom.”
During Lula da Silva’s speech, the Brazilian President called Bolsonaro a “genocide killer” and accused his predecessor of “provoking” the Tres Poderes invasion. “It is his responsibility and the parties that support him,” added Lula.
Invasion of the Three Powers. Lula laments the “barbarism” of the “fanatical fascists” and accuses Bolsonaro: “It is his responsibility”
And Bolsonaro also responded to the newly elected President of Brazil: “I reject the unsubstantiated accusations attributed to me by the current chief executive of Brazil”.
“Peaceful demonstrations in the form of law are part of democracy. However, the looting and breaking into public buildings that took place today, as well as those practiced by the left in 2013 and 2017, do not fall under this rule.
— Jair M. Bolsonaro 2️⃣2️⃣ (@jairbolsonaro) January 9, 2023