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The truth about ‘anti-democratic’ protests in Brazil

11 January 2023

5:00 AM

11 January 2023

5:00 AM

Thousands of Brazilians have occupied this Sunday their country’s Congress to protest against the election and inauguration of far-left presidential candidate Lula da Silva. Thousands of others have gathered outside the presidential palace and the Supreme Court. They are calling for the immediate cancellation of the election.

Lula was sworn as the new President of Brazil on January 1.

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