Brazil’s 200 Entrepreneurs Enable Controversial March 15th Protest Promoted by Bolsonaro

The group includes prominent corporate names like Flávio Rocha from Riachuelo, and Luciano Hang from Havan.

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil - Jair Bolsonaro's enthusiastic supporters during the 2018 election campaign, entrepreneurs from the Brasil 200 group are now using their influence, power and resources to finance attacks against the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Rodrigo Maia (DEM), and to support the anti-Congress and anti-STF protest march on March 15th that has been promoted by Bolsonaro.

The group is led by Gabriel Rocha Kanner, nephew of businessman Flávio Rocha, and Helcio Honda, attorney at FIESP (Federation of Industries of the State of São Paulo) and Paulo Skaf. The group also includes owners . . .

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