“Only a miracle can save Argentina’s economy,” Brazilian President Bolsonaro said
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said in his social media show that “only a miracle will save Argentina’s economy”, calling the administration of his colleague Alberto Fernández a “regime that has not worked anywhere in the world” .
Bolsonaro made the statements while addressing the likelihood of fraud in his country’s election next year through the use of electronic voting machines.
“Look at what’s going on in Argentina. I was there in 2019 and said if the left came back to power we would need an operation hosted in Rio Grande do Sul. Class A is already starting to leave Argentina. Only a miracle will save Argentina’s economy, ”Bolsonaro said.
“President Fernández’s direct interference in the means of production, he banned the export of meat for 30 days saying the price would go down so people could buy it … Not only the price went up …” Bolsonaro said as he explained that domestic supply has also been significantly reduced thanks to the measure.
“I showed where this other party wants to return and how the countries they have supported are doing. I’m not going to talk about Cuba and Venezuela anymore, let’s talk about Argentina. The regime they defend has not worked anywhere in the world. We are all going to pay a high price if the choices are wrong. We need democratic and reliable ballots in Brazil, ”he insisted.
Bolsonaro’s demand for electoral reform, which would represent a return to the printed vote, has opened up political battlefronts in Congress and before the Federal Supreme Court (STF).
The Brazilian president explicitly warned that “without a printed vote, there will be no elections next year”. and that he would not concede defeat if he were beaten by fraud.
In this scenatio, the chief judge of the electoral tribunal Luis Roberto Barroso, also a member of the STF, interpreted the message of Bolsonaro: “The speech is that if I lose, it is because there has been fraud, it is is a statement from someone who does not accept democracy.
According to the latest polls, if the elections were held today, former President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva would beat Bolsonaro in the first round.
“I have no way of proving that the election was or was not a fraud. But I have clues. And a crime is revealed with several clues, ”the president said in his broadcast message.
Bolsonaro also highlighted the fact that since April 2020, the STF has granted state and municipal governments the autonomy necessary to carry out their own plans to prevent and combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Still, actions taken or not taken in the health efforts are highlighted as Bolsonaro’s responsibility and are being investigated by a Senate committee known as the ICC, on which Bolsonaro has said he is concerned. didn’t care. But it is also true that since last year the Brazilian president spoke of a “little flu” and that, based on this diagnosis, he wanted to prevent states from imposing quarantines.
Based on the STF decision, Bolsonaro insisted on his innocence regarding any wrongdoing in the fight against covid-19 since he had been stripped of all powers by the STF.
STF chief justice Luis Fux is expected to deliver a hair-raising speech between the judiciary and the executive on Monday and also against the heads of the armed forces, who told Chamber of Deputies President Arthur Lira last week , that the elections would be canceled. if the current voting system is retained, ?? which led analysts to speak of the existence of a “military party [with] political ambitions ”in Brazil.