Ex President Bolsonaro Condemns “Pillaging, Invasion” By Supporters In Brazil

Ex President Bolsonaro Condemns 'Pillaging, Invasion' By Supporters In Brazil

The ex-president additionally defended the appropriate to “peaceable protests.” (File)


Brazil’s far-right ex-president Jair Bolsonaro condemned “pillaging and invasions of public buildings” Sunday after lots of of his supporters raided the Congress, the presidential palace and the Supreme Courtroom.

Bolsonaro rejected what he referred to as new President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s “baseless” accusations that he incited the invasion of the seat of energy in Brasilia. Writing on Twitter, the ex-president — who left Brazil for the US state of Florida final month on the second-to-last day of his time period — additionally defended the appropriate to “peaceable protests.”

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