The Unrest in Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro

Brazil pol and Bolsonaro ally refuses arrest, injures police after violent clash in Brazil

Published in February 2019


Friday, 16 December 2019

Hospitia, police and the president of the congress have blocked a member of the Bolsonaro’s staff from entering the country by demanding that Bolsonaro’s aide be treated as a fugitive

The police and the president of the state were reportedly blocking his vehicle after he left the country

A protester has thrown bottles and rocks at Bolsonaro’s aides and at police, smashing their cars

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Published in February 2019

This article was first published in February 2019

Mexico is not the only country in Latin America that is experiencing unrest. Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro is not an anti-LGBTQ rights, anti-immigrant, anti-immigrant, anti-immigration, anti-abortion, anti-gay policy. Bolsonaro is a far-right conservative politician that is a staunch ally of the Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Bolsonaro has made no secret of his admiration for L

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