Vice-President Mourão: ‘No Country Has Harmed Itself as Much as Brazil’

The vice-president mentions four points: the political "polarization"; the "degradation of political knowledge"; the "impinging on the Executive Branch's prerogatives"; and "the resulting damage to Brazil's image abroad".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The vice-president of Brazil, Hamilton Mourão, said he views the country on its path to chaos and that he sees no other place in the world that is "causing as much harm to itself as Brazil", in a text he signs in the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo, published yesterday. He blames other institutions and stands up for the federal government in the article.

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