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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Under pressure from the Armed Forces, the Judiciary and the Legislative Branches, President Bolsonaro softened his discourse, said that "democracy" and "freedom" are paramount, also saying that he is the Constitution, a day after taking part in a protest outside the army headquarters that featured military takeover among its demands.

The change in the President's tone on Monday, April 20th, was followed by an official statement hours later by the Minister of Defense, General Fernando Azevedo e Silva, arguing that the Armed Forces aim to preserve "peace" and "stability" and are always in compliance with . . .

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