Jair Bolsonaro: “It cannot be accepted” that “opponents” are disqualified

He Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is politically disqualified, said this Sunday “It cannot be accepted” that opponents are removed from the political stageat an event that brought together a crowd of supporters in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

“We cannot accept that any power eliminates someone from the political scene unless it is for a just cause. “We cannot think about elections by removing opponents.”said Bolsonaro, declared ineligible for eight years in 2023 due to abuse of power.

Bolsonaro also called for “an amnesty for the poor unfortunates imprisoned in Brasilia,” referring to his supporters arrested for the invasion and destruction of the headquarters of the three powers on January 8, 2023. against the rise to power of the leftist Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

Bolsonaro, dressed in a soccer jersey, spoke to thousands of supporters: AFP confirmed that the two were also dressed in “Verdeamarelo” at their request and occupied more than six blocks of the city’s emblematic Avenida Paulista.

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The former president called for a march on social networks to reject allegations of a coup against him and make a show of force as the leader of the opposition.

In his speech He said “persecuted” again especially since his term ended in 2022.

“I seek pacification to erase the past and find a way for us to live in peace,” he said.

The former president of Brazil had called on his followers on social networks for a “peaceful demonstration in defense of the democratic rule of law” to defend themselves against “all accusations,” including suspicion of being involved in a planned coup remain in power.

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Bolsonaro, who remained silent when questioned by police on Thursday, again denied any “coup attempt.” in front of his followers.

“What is a coup? Tanks on the street, weapons, conspiracy. None of this happened in Brazil,” he said. AFP

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