The left takes to the streets again in Brazil against Bolsonaro

This Saturday's protest is the second by the left in Brazil since the pandemic began and comes less than a month after thousands of people took to the streets against the head of state.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The left again protested this Saturday in Brazil against President Jair Bolsonaro, an ultra-right coronavirus negationist, at a time when the country is close to 500,000 deaths due to covid-19.

Equipped with masks, thousands of people took to the streets in several capitals of the country, including Rio de Janeiro, Recife, and Brasilia, to demand the departure of the head of state for his management of the coronavirus pandemic, which is being investigated by a Senate committee.

In São Paulo, Brazil's most populous city and usually a thermometer of protests, the . . .

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