Deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro, one son of the Brazilian president, published on his social networks a map of south america in which Colombia was marked with the symbol of the hammer and sickleafter Gustavo Petro’s victory in the presidential election was confirmed.

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With that emblem, Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina are also identified on the map, which, with their many nuances, are governed by left-wing leaders.

“The responsibility of the Brazilian voter increases. It is no longer just for Brazil, it is for the entire region,” wrote Bolsonaro’s son, in a clear allusion to the elections next October in the country, in which his father aspires to re-election. although all the polls give as favorite to the progressive Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

In the same sense, the advisor for International Affairs of the Brazilian Presidency, Filipe Martins, another of the ideologues of the ultra-conservative movement that supports Bolsonaro, also expressed himself on social networks.

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“Faced with the advance of the extreme left in Latin America, with successive victories at the Sao Paulo Forum, our responsibility as Brazilians is greater. May God have mercy on us and give us the conditions to protect our country and our people,” said the Bolsonaro collaborator.

In the second round of the elections held this Sunday, Petro obtained 50.44% of the votes, compared to 47.31% achieved by Rodolfo Hernández, a millionaire businessman who presented himself as an outsider under the umbrella of the Anti-Corruption Governors League movement. .

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