Key Occasions That Led To Invasion Of Brazil’s Supreme Courtroom, Congress

Key Events That Led To Invasion Of Brazil's Supreme Court, Congress

Ex President Bolsonaro supporters raided Brazil’s Supreme Courtroom, Congress and presidential palace.

Under is a timeline of the important thing occasions main as much as the Jan. 8 invasion of Brazil’s Supreme Courtroom, Congress and presidential palace by supporters of far-right former President Jair Bolsonaro, who disputed the election of leftist President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.


Oct 30. – Lula, who was president from 2003 to 2011, narrowly beats Bolsonaro in a run-off vote. Bolsonaro supporters start gathering for the primary time outdoors army bases throughout Brazil, calling for a army intervention to forestall Lula from returning to workplace.

Oct. 30 and 31 – Truckers who assist Bolsonaro block roads all through the nation after his defeat.

Nov. 2 – Bolsonaro supporters maintain rallies throughout the nation, asking for an armed power intervention.

Nov. 22 – Bolsonaro challenges the outcomes of the Brazilian election, arguing votes from some machines ought to be “invalidated” in a grievance that election authorities rebuffed.

Dec. 12 – Lula’s election victory is licensed by the federal electoral courtroom. Later that day, after the arrest of a pro-Bolsonaro indigenous chief for alleged anti-democratic acts, Bolsonaro supporters attempt to invade the federal police headquarters in Brasilia, the capital.

Dec. 24 – A person is arrested for making an attempt to set off a bomb in protest in opposition to Brazil’s election outcomes. A duplicate of George Washington de Oliveira Sousa’s police assertion, which was seen by Reuters, confirmed he was impressed to construct up an arsenal by Bolsonaro’s conventional assist of the arming of civilians.

Dec. 29 – A minimum of 4 persons are arrested by Brazilian police for an alleged coup try throughout riots by Bolsonaro supporters.

Dec. 30 – Bolsonaro lands in Florida lower than two days earlier than Lula is about to take workplace.


Jan. 1 – Lula is sworn in as president for the third time, saying that democracy was the true winner of the presidential election.

Jan. 8 – Bolsonaro supporters invade Brazil presidential palace, Congress and Supreme Courtroom in Brasilia, in a grim echo of the U.S. Capitol invasion two years in the past by backers of former President Donald Trump.

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