Denialism Is Brazil’s Most Negative Aspect Abroad, Says Former President Cardoso

Former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso says international authorities were baffled by the speed with which the novel coronavirus spread in Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "Denialism, that doesn't work." This is the most critical aspect that international authorities have considered in respect to Brazil these days, according to ex-president Fernando Henrique Cardoso.

"The people currently running Brazil don't have a right-wing worldview, but rather a backward one, which doesn't acknowledge science. And having a backward leadership is worse than having a right-wing leadership, which is merely an ideological position," said FHC after being asked how foreign authorities are evaluating the country's current situation.

The ex-president, who recently attended the Ibero-American Forum, said . . .

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