RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After the global embarrassment caused by the arrest of an Air Force Sergeant carrying 39 kilos of cocaine in a presidential aircraft, the Office of Institutional Security (GSI) decided to amend security rules during presidential travels.
Now, even the head of the national executive branch, Jair Bolsonaro, has to submit to the most rigorous search. According to information confirmed by two advisors to the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo, Bolsonaro was required to go through a metal detector before boarding to Belo Horizonte and São Paulo.
Sergeant Manoel Silva Rodrigues was arrested by the . . .