Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro storm government buildings in the country’s capital. Reuters reported on Sunday that the mob breached the blockade set up by security forces and entered, among other places, the Congress and the grounds of the presidential palace. According to the security services, the headquarters of the Supreme Court were targeted.
Supporters Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro storming on Sunday Government facilities, Congress and the Presidential Palace In Brasilia, the country’s capital, Reuters reported, citing local media.
Police information shows that thousands of people who declare themselves sympathetic to the former head of state are both Outside the intruded objects as well as inside them.
Video footage shows how the crowd Bolsonaro supporter He breaks through the security cordon and breaks into, among other things, the buildings of the ministries and the parking lot of the presidential palace.
There are videos posted on Twitter dilapidated interior. The situation is compared to the attack on US Capitol.
See: Attack on the Capitol. Two fire officers have been suspended
Reuters reported that the president’s party asked the prosecutor’s office Issuing an order to the public security forces Take the necessary measures Stop the protesters.
Our officers have already taken measures to restore public order. Police said in a statement.
Many protesters are wondering about the outcome of the October 30 presidential election in which left-wing candidate Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva defeated Jair Bolsonaro. The former president has repeatedly questioned the reliability of the country’s electronic voting system without evidence, and many of his loyal supporters believe it.
President Lula is out of the capital
Jair Bolsonaro left Brazil on December 30 for the United States with his closest associates. He announced that he “will return to the country soon.” Some Brazilian commentators say the discretion with which Bolsonaro planned to leave the country may indicate that he fears that once Lula’s administration takes over, He will become the target of persecution From the environment of the new leftist president of Brazil.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva He currently resides in the state of Sao Paulo.
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