Bolsonarists stole firearms, ammunition and documents from the Brazilian Presidency

The radical Bolsonaristas who invaded this Sunday the seat of the three powers they stole firearms kept in the Institutional Security Cabinet, in the presidential palace of Planalto.

The Minister of Social Communication, Paulo Pimenta, showed in a video two empty firearms cases, on top of a partially burned sofa.

Deputy Wadih Damous, who accompanied the minister on the tour, stressed that the thieves "they had information" of what was kept in that office, since they took weapons, ammunition and documents.

Thousands of supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro invaded this Sunday the headquarters of the National Congress, the Planalto Palace, seat of government, and the Supreme Court building.

The radicals, who do not recognize the result of the elections on October 30, organized the invasion this Sunday to try to overthrow President Luiz InĂ¡cio Lula da Silva.

In the invaded palaces, the radicals caused extensive damagethey destroyed furniture, computer equipment and works of art placed in the offices.

The police dispersed the demonstrators for about four hours. and a half after the start of the coordinated attack, for which some 300 people have been arrested so far.

The attacks have caused unanimous condemnation by the democratic powers of Brazil and also by the international community.

 

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