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Bolsonaro insists that Argentina and Chile could end up like Cuba

The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, insisted this Sunday on social networks that he feared that Argentina and Chile would follow the paths of Venezuela and Cuba because although Fidel Castro and Hugo Chávez were already dead, the “consequences of communism” remained.

“Argentina and Chile are on the same path as Venezuela,” Bolsonaro said, commenting on his leftist colleagues Gabriel Boric Font and Alberto Fernández, both close to former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and leading most polls to return to Palacio. of the Planalto of Brasilia in the elections of October 2.

“Some still want that for Brazil,” Bolsonaro said as he attached a video of migrants believed to be from Venezuela and Cuba recounting the hardships they have endured and explaining how they usually send money to relatives in their home countries on a regular basis.

A young Venezuelan recommended to Brazilians “not to vote badly” like those who voted for President Nicolás Maduro in her country.

All of the immigrants featured in the video released by Bolsonaro were employees of Luciano Hang, a pro-Bolsonaro businessman who is running for a Senate seat in October.

Bolsonaro also asked his supporters to replicate the video method, having immigrants “who fled from socialism” tell their side of the story and post their statements on social media to persuade voters.

A PoderData poll published last week gives Lula a victory in the first round by 42% of the vote against Bolsonaro’s 35%, and 49% against 38% in the second round.

Bolsonaro also pointed out over the weekend that all of his ministers have free rein to do what they see fit for the good of the country. He made those comments when asked about the possibility of replacing the president of Petrobras, which he already did not long ago.

“Ask Adolfo Sachsida,” Bolsonaro responded. “He is the Minister of Mines and Energy and he deals with this. And he made it very clear: all my ministers, all of them, without exception, I give carte blanche to enforce what I think is best for their ministry at the service of the population”.

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José Martí
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