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 . . .