Complete failure to control the covid; Thousands take to the streets to protest against the Brazilian president

Complete failure to control the covid; Thousands take to the streets to protest against the Brazilian president

Rio de Janeiro: Thousands protest in the streets against Brazilian President Jair Bolzoni. Despite the fact that millions of people in the country have died of Kovid, the people are protesting against the reference to downplaying Kovid.

The reason for the protests was Jair Bolsonaro’s position that Kovid was just a minor fever.

Thousands rallied to demand the resignation of the president.

The protest rally was held under the banner ‘Bolsonaro’s genocide’ and ‘Bolsovirus go back’. Protests took place in major cities, including Rio de Janeiro and downtown.

Brazil has the second highest number of deaths from covid in the world after the United States. At the beginning of the Kovid virus, the far-right Bolsonaro Kovid 19 kind of said it was just a ‘little fever’. Bolsonaro also opposed restrictions such as the Masjid and the Quarantine, even as the death toll rose sharply.

Bolzoni was accused of taking ineffective drugs and rejecting offers for vaccines. Protesters also accused the president of failing to take action in anticipation of oxygen shortages.

Protesters say this government is enough. The ripple effects of the protests against Bolzoni began months ago.

Protesters criticized Bolzoni for allowing the Amazon to deforest and seizing land from locals. Protesters said the president was promoting violence and communalism.

Rallies were held on Saturday in major cities such as the capital Brasilia, northeastern Salvador and southeastern Belo Horizonte.

The Northeast city of Recei has reported the rally to the rally to the rally, and the Rabber Bullets reported to the rally.

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Complete failure to control the covid; Thousands take to the streets to protest against the Brazilian president

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