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Bolsonaro denies responsibility, accuses ‘looting’ of trio headquarters in Brazil



Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has denied his responsibility for the attacks on Brasilian institutions by his supporters.

President Jair Bolsonaro on Sunday condemned attacks by his supporters on the headquarters of three state powers in Brasilia, saying “within the law, peaceful demonstrations are part of democracy”. .

“But looting and encroaching on public buildings like what happened today, like what the Left did in 2013 and 2017, goes beyond the rules,” Twitter account. “During my tenure, I have always upheld the four lines of the Constitution, respecting and defending law, democracy, transparency and sacred liberties.”

Likewise, he expressed denial of the “accusations attributed to me by the current Chief Executive of Brazil, without evidence,” and possibly referred to the responsibility Lula da Silva attributed to him for the episode.

The words of the former president, who was in Florida, USA shortly before his rival Lula da Silva took office, came seven hours after the attacks on public buildings began.

Source: Biobiochile

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