“If We Don’t Sell Meat to the World, Brazil Will Also Break Down”, Says Bolsonaro

The President stated that the government's role in reacting to regulatory bodies that "interfere" is to appoint new directors at the end of their mandates.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro once again tried to circumvent criticism of the high price of beef in Brazil.

Bolsonaro said on Monday, December 16th, that the country "will break down" if it does not sell the product "to the world".

The statement was made to supporters in front of the Alvorada Palace.

The president also reiterated that the regulatory bodies have autonomy "for better or for worse".

"There are bodies that interfere . . .

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