Brazil’s Bolsonaro Criticized Over Remarks About Dictatorship Deaths

After stating that he knows what happened to a missing protester, president Bolsonaro challenged the work of a commission investigating human rights violations during the regime.

BRASILIA, BRAZIL – Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro is coming under fire for comments he made on Monday, July 29th, about the assassination of political prisoners during the country’s military dictatorship. This time, the president sent a message to OAB (Brazilian Lawyer Association) President Felipe Santa Cruz, about his father, who disappeared in 1974.

“If the OAB president wants to know how his father disappeared during the military regime, I can tell him,” Bolsonaro told journalists.

According to analysts, Bolsonaro is upset with the OAB because the entity, according to the president, convinced the court system not to grant the . . .

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