RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Just at the right time, after Jair Bolsonaro has revealed to the world how sophisticated and statesmanlike he knows how to deal with international crises and foreign head of states, the attention of observers and interested parties is actively directed to the heroic and lovable side of the president.
Why not try to consolidate Jair Bolsonaro, who is, after all, already six months in office, in the collective consciousness of Brazilians? A draft law introduced on Wednesday, August 28th, suggests the establishment of the National Day to Fight Ideological Intolerance in Brazil. The proposal is from . . .