Brazil: Supporters of former President Bolsonaro entered the Parliament House, created ruckus, reminded of capital violence – Brazil Ex President Jair Bolsonaro Supporters Raid Congress And Supreme Court

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Demonstrator sitting on speaker's chair

Demonstrator sitting on speaker’s chair
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Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro were once again seen creating ruckus in the capital Brasilia. Last week, protesters broke through police barricades and entered the Congress (parliament building), the presidential palace and the Supreme Court to protest the swearing-in of Luiz Inácio Lula de Silva as president. The same was done in 2021 by the supporters of Donald Trump in the US, who attacked the US Capitol on January 6, in which many personnel lost their lives.

In Brasilia, protesters dressed in green and yellow flags, a group of them climbed the chair of the Speaker of the House and gathered around him there. It is seen in a video that the protesters are tampering with the mic by climbing on the speaker’s dias. A video showed a crowd outside pulling a policeman off his horse and pinning him to the ground.

Some videos of the protesters are going viral on social media, showing rioters breaking doors and windows as they enter the Congress building. It is seen in the video that they simultaneously come inside and ransack the offices of the MPs. At the same time, he tried to hoist a banner.

However, the police set up a security cordon around the Three Powers Square in Brasilia to prevent the rioters from going to the National Congress, the Planalto Palace and the Supreme Court. But the rioters kept on going. At the same time, the police released tear gas to disperse the rioters but to no avail.

Bolsonaro was defeated by his opponent da Silva in the re-election held on October 30, after which many of his supporters gathered outside military barracks across the country and refused to accept the election results. Subsequently, leftist leader Luiz Inácio Lula de Silva was sworn in as the President of Brazil. He became a Brazilian for the third time. Jair Bolsonaro was defeated by leftist leader Luiz Inacio Lula de Silva in the Brazilian presidential election. Bolsonaro did not accept his defeat for a long time, while his supporters are also opposing Lula.

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Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro were once again seen creating ruckus in the capital Brasilia. Last week, protesters broke through police barricades and entered the Congress (parliament building), the presidential palace and the Supreme Court to protest the swearing-in of Luiz Inácio Lula de Silva as president. The same was done in 2021 by the supporters of Donald Trump in the US, who attacked the US Capitol on January 6, in which many personnel lost their lives.

In Brasilia, protesters dressed in green and yellow flags, a group of them climbed the chair of the Speaker of the House and gathered around him there. It is seen in a video that the protesters are tampering with the mic by climbing on the speaker’s dias. A video showed a crowd outside pulling a policeman off his horse and pinning him to the ground.

Some videos of the protesters are going viral on social media, showing rioters breaking doors and windows as they enter the Congress building. It is seen in the video that they simultaneously come inside and ransack the offices of the MPs. Also they tried to hoist a banner.

However, the police set up a security cordon around the Three Powers Square in Brasilia to prevent the rioters from going to the National Congress, the Planalto Palace and the Supreme Court. But the rioters kept on going. At the same time, the police released tear gas to disperse the rioters but to no avail.

Bolsonaro was defeated by his opponent da Silva in the re-election held on October 30, after which many of his supporters gathered outside military barracks across the country and refused to accept the election results. Subsequently, leftist leader Luiz Inácio Lula de Silva was sworn in as the President of Brazil. He became a Brazilian for the third time. Jair Bolsonaro was defeated by leftist leader Luiz Inacio Lula de Silva in the Brazilian presidential election. Bolsonaro did not accept his defeat for a long time, while his supporters are also opposing Lula.