Majority of Brazilians oppose involvement of active military in Brazilian politics – poll

According to a Datafolha poll, 62% of Brazilian adults think that soldiers on active duty should not participate in political events.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The majority of the population is against the involvement of active duty military personnel in political demonstrations and in federal government positions. The topic has been the focus of several crises in the Jair Bolsonaro administration.

According to Datafolha, 62% of Brazilian adults think that uniformed personnel should not be involved in this type of activity, such as the case of active duty general Eduardo Pazuello on May 23 in Rio de Janeiro, when he stood on a platform alongside the president. For 39%, the activity is acceptable, and 4% were unable to opine.

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