Brazil’s opposition takes to the streets to demand Bolsonaro’s impeachment

The protests, called by the trade unions, leftist parties, and social movements, took place peacefully throughout the day, with disturbances only in São Paulo.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's opposition took to the streets in Brazil on Saturday (24) to demand the impeachment of President Jair Bolsonaro for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the fourth protest called by trade unions, leftist parties, and social movements in less than two months.

In various cities, demonstrators also demanded acceleration of the vaccination process and  increasing the amount of economic subsidies so that the poorest can face the crisis that came with the virus.

In addition to the demonstrations in Brazil, the actions were coordinated with like-minded people in cities from countries, including Germany . . .

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