Water crisis in Brazil: Bolsonaro says there is no risk of power rationing this year

He asked, however, that the population "turn off the light" at home to avoid waste.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro said on Monday that, despite experiencing the biggest hydrological crisis in its history, the country would not have rationing or power shortages this year. He asked, however, that the population "turn off the light" at home to avoid waste.

"According to the Ministry of Mines and Energy, our Admiral Bento [Albuquerque] said that this year we would not have rationing, we will not have a lack of energy. But I always ask that whoever has a light on in their house, to turn off this light, because there, in the end, it will . . .

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