NY Times Reports Threat of “Military Coup” in Brazil to Keep Bolsonaro in Power

The newspaper claims that the Brazilian officer's top echelon is looking for a loophole to "end democracy".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Wednesday, June 10th, the New York Times published a report stating that a military coup, designed to keep President Jair Bolsonaro in power, is now a threat to democracy.

In the text, signed by reporters Simon Romero, Letícia Casado, and Manuela Andreoni, the newspaper stresses that Bolsonaro is being pressured by all sides because of the surge in daily deaths caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as investigations into his sons and allies.

"The crisis has grown so intense that some of the most powerful military figures in Brazil are warning of . . .

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