At least 16 cities in Brazil staged demonstrations today, with people holding up slogans such as “Bosonaro Roll” and “Impeach Now” to protest President Jair Bolsonaro’s handling of the COVID-19 epidemic the way.
COVID-19 has claimed the lives of more than 460,000 people in Brazil, but the extreme right Posonalo has played down the severity of the epidemic, refuted practices such as wearing masks, and questioned the importance of vaccines, causing his support to plummet.
Today’s parade was organized by leftist political parties, trade unions, and student groups. The demonstrations in the capital Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro were peaceful, but the demonstrations in the northeastern city of Recife were hot. , The police even had to use tear gas and fire rubber bullets.
In Sao Paulo, Brazil’s largest city, thousands of people wore masks to seal the streets, and a huge balloon painted Posonalo as a vampire. In demonstrations in Rio and other places, we also saw former leftist President Lula (Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva) A photo of wearing a presidential ribbon.
About 10,000 people paraded wearing masks in downtown Rio de Janeiro. Some chanted “Posonaro Genocide” or “Pozo Virus Get Out.”
Omar Silveira, a businessman, told AFP: “We must stop this government, and we must say, “That’s enough.”
He said of Posonalo: “He is a murderer, a psychopath, no blood or tears, he is different from us, he has no feelings, and he doesn’t know the disaster he has caused.” (Translator: Zheng Shiyun/Verified manuscript : Cai Jiamin) 1100530
(Central News Agency)