Bolsonaro says Brazilians are “appalled by the repression of freedoms” by Judiciary

"Freedom has no price," it is "more important than life itself," and "now we see the population being frightened by the suppression of freedoms decided by a few," he said in a clear allusion to the Brazilian Supreme Court.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said Thursday (19) that the country's citizens are "appalled by the repression of freedoms," referring to judicial actions against politicians such as the surprise arrest of former congressman and national leader of the Brazilian Workers' Party (PTB) Roberto Jefferson.

"Freedom has no price," it is "more important than life itself," and "now we see the population being frightened by the suppression of freedoms decided by a few," he said in a clear allusion to the Brazilian Supreme Court (STF).

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