Bolsonaro says he will return

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This time there was an official announcement: Jair Bolsonaro, the unbalanced far-right who was president until the first day of this year, will return to Brazil. He will set foot on national territory at 07:10 in the morning. On the morning of Thursday, March 30th, after three months of running in the Orlando, Florida area.

Accompanied by three bodyguards, he will make a direct flight from Orlando to Brasilia. It comes a day before the 59th anniversary of the civil-military coup that set up a bloody dictatorship in Brazil that lasted from 1964 to 1985, and he never tires of praising him.

There are at least two doubts about the return of the outlaw. The first: in the case of Bolsonaro, who lies as if he is breathing, will he return? The second: If he returns, how will his arrival be?

His party is preparing for a large-scale reception. But he does not know if Bolsonaro will make a direct statement upon his arrival, or if he will seek refuge in his new home – no one knows exactly what it will be – to broadcast later.

In one of those Olympic contradictions in Brazilian politics, the group the criminal supports is called the Liberal Party, which means “liberal” in the name and nothing more. It is about the rare mixture of corrupt, corrupt, manipulators and profiteers who, with an irreparable injustice, have been accused of being sold out to Bolsonaro.

No, no, it was never sold to Bolsonaro or anyone: it was rented and rented. So much so that since the return of democracy in 1985, they have been on the side of all governments, ever. Now with Lola, they choose another of their specialties: to divide, one side for, the other against, to see what the best offer would be.

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The party’s president, Waldemar Costa Neto, who has already been jailed for corruption, is impressively enigmatic. And while he praises Bolsonaro for being the “absolute leader” of Lula’s opposition, he hints that his wife Michelle Bolsonaro, a self-described radical evangelical, might replace him as presidential candidate.

If absolutely nothing is known about the immediate future of the politician Jair Bolsonaro, there are clear and concrete data about the immediate future of the concerned citizen. First of all, he will have to face a series of actions awaiting trial, both in electoral justice and in public justice.

There are strong indications that he will be declared “disqualified” for violating existing legislation on various occasions. In addition, he is mainly involved in maneuvers to seize jewelry that was supposed to be intended for his wife, worth just over $3.5 million. “Presumably” because she knows nothing, and everything indicates that the final destination will be her husband’s pockets.

What may have been a “gift” from the Arabs arrived in Brazil in the luggage of a sergeant, who was in turn an assistant to the then-minister of mines and energy, a retired admiral who was part of the army that Bolsonaro has spread throughout his government. . With one job is to protect him while they are lined up in silver. Wherever you look, you will find at least one solid scandal awaiting the fugitive. to return to? Well, we have to wait three more days…

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