Brazil coup attempt LIVE: Supreme Court orders army to dismantle all ‘Bolsonarista camps’ within 24 hours

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The day after the destruction

After the Black Sunday marked by the coup attempt, investigations begin to look for those responsible and the framework of the plan that failed to achieve its goal.

President Lula da Silva visits Planalto Palace after violence by Bolsonaro supporters (AP)
President Lula da Silva visits Planalto Palace after violence by Bolsonaro supporters (AP)

After the destruction Brazil, now it’s time for questions. And now he is moving from one cabinet to another Lula This. How can this bedespite dozens of buses coming to the capital yesterday morning from all over the country, Hasn’t anyone raised the question that the security of the city and its institutional buildings could be threatened? On September 12, there were enough violent clashes again in Brazil, where Bolsonaros burned cars and tried to storm a building. Federal Police, to sound the alarm? And the attempted attack on the airport hours before the inauguration of the new president? Not to mention the protests after the victory Lula not only in front of the barracks Brazil turned into permanent garrisons calling for a military coup.

They stole weapons during the attack on Planalto

(Reuters)
(Reuters)

Brazil’s Secretary of Social Communications, Paulo Pimenta, blamed the theft of firearms from the Planalto Palace’s Institutional Security cabinet during an attack by followers of former President Jair Bolsonaro.

“Every one of those briefcases has a weapon, lethal weapons and non-lethal weapons brought– accused Pimenta in the video published on his social networks, where empty briefcases can be seen.

Pimenta said about it they tried to burn down one of these rooms and claimed a robbery by “criminals” who broke into the headquarters of the Brazilian Executive Branch. “Another crime by the enemies of democracy.”

Bolsonaro’s followers were dragged into the attack on the Planalto Palace they destroyed the first lady’s office, Rosangela ‘Janja’ Silva and Minister Pimenta, but not Lula, have extra security. “President Lula’s room has thick glass (…) there are obstacles. It is as isolated as an aquarium. They managed to destroy the “Janja” office.Minister Pimenta said.

In turn, the head of the National Consumer Secretariat, Vadih Damus, warned that those responsible for the robbery “have information about what to get” from that room. “They are made of weapons, documents and ammunition“, said.

Brazil: the attack on democracy and national-populist tendencies

The attempted coup by the Bolsonarian groups is a trend reminiscent of what happened in the United States Capitol in January 2021.

Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro attempt to occupy the Planalto Palace in Brazil this Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023.  (AP Photo/Eraldo Perez)
Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro attempt to occupy the Planalto Palace in Brazil this Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023. (AP Photo/Eraldo Perez)

On January 6, 2021 Washingtona horde of armed Trumpers and a list of people on death row, including the vice president Mike Pencei can Capitol with the desperate aim of creating an enabling revolution Donald Trump stay in power. This was done not by the extreme left, but by those who consider themselves representatives of the conservative authorities and repeat it as dogma. Trump he won the 2020 election against all odds. He says he won them because he won, and what he says, according to many of his followers, is his own voice. God.

How Bolsonaro’s rhetoric and silence fueled the attack on Brazil

The coup attempt in Brazil was instigated by supporters of the former president. Demonstrations created a hostile environment against democratic institutions

Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, security forces storm the Planalto Palace in Brazil on January 8, 2023 (Reuters)
Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, security forces storm the Planalto Palace in Brazil on January 8, 2023 (Reuters)

RIO DE JANEIRO – For more than four years, the most fundamental questions have been raised Brazil: Would your young democracy survive the presidency Jair Bolsonaro?

Pope Francis addressed the tension in Brazil

In his annual New Year’s address to ambassadors, the Pope cited the attack on government buildings in Brazil and condemned the “destruction of democracy” in America.

“In many areas, a sign of the weakening of democracy is the increase in political and social polarization, which does not help to solve the pressing problems of citizens,” said Francisco. The pontiff mentioned “several countries where political crises in the Americas have been charged with forms of violence that exacerbate tensions and social conflicts.”

“I think about the last hours in Brazil,” he said in a phrase not included in the previously published text.

The top army was ordered to destroy Bolsonaro’s camps within 24 hours

(Reuters)
(Reuters)

Brazil’s Supreme Court has ordered the country’s army to destroy all “Bolsonarista camps” within national territory within 24 hours.

Magistrate Alexandre de Moraes thus emphasized the importance of the complete destruction of these camps, as police arrested “all the protesters still on the streets” a day after at least 300 were arrested.

Moraes said in the new court order that “nothing justifies the presence of terrorist camps financed by the total subversiveness and disregard for the Constitution of the civil and military authorities.”

On Monday, China condemned the violent attack on Brazilian institutions

International condemnation of the attacks in Brazil is growing.  (REUTERS/Adriano Machado)
International condemnation of the attacks in Brazil is growing. (REUTERS/Adriano Machado)

China said on Monday “Strongly Against Violent Attacks” After hundreds of supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro stormed the country’s Congress, the presidential palace and the Supreme Court against government buildings in the Brazilian capital.

“China closely monitors and resolutely opposes the violent attack against the federal government in Brazil on January 8,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said. Beijing supports the measures taken by the Brazilian government to calm the situationrestoring public order and ensuring national security. stability”.

Brazilian security forces cordoned off Congress, the presidential palace and the Supreme Court

Brazilian security forces cordoned off the area around Congress, the presidential palace and the Supreme Court.  (REUTERS/Antonio Cassio)
Brazilian security forces cordoned off Congress, the presidential palace and the Supreme Court. (REUTERS/Antonio Cassio)

Brazilian security forces cordoned off Congress, the presidential palace and the Supreme Court on Monday after supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro stormed the seat of power in riots that sparked international outrage.

After the occupation regained control of the facilities, an investigation into the attempted coup in Brazil began

The prosecutor’s office, the police and the Ministry of Institutional Relations of the South American giant agreed this Sunday on the need to find those responsible for the actions recorded in Congress, the Presidential Palace and the Supreme Court.

An investigation into the attempted coup in Brazil has begun.  (REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli)
An investigation into the attempted coup in Brazil has begun. (REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli)

Brazilian authorities immediately started an investigation and a court case following an attack by followers of former President Jair Bolsonaro on Sunday night Congressthe presidential palace and Supreme courtin an attack condemned by the international community.

Attempted Coup in Brazil: Chaos and Destruction After the Bolsonaro Horde in Brazil

Supporters of Brazil’s former president stormed the headquarters of Brazil’s parliament, president and Supreme Court in an attempted coup this Sunday.

Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro rioted in Brasilia, Brazil.  January 8, 2023.  REUTERS/Adriano Machado
Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro rioted in Brasilia, Brazil. January 8, 2023. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Artwork on the floor, broken windows and destroyed equipment and furniture were all traces of the chaos of that time. Rioters stormed the headquarters of Brazil’s parliament, president and Supreme Court in an attempted coup this Sunday..

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