Investigating Brazilians calling for military intervention “unfair” – President Bolsonaro

Bolsonaro criticized the investigations opened in the Supreme Court last year after a series of demonstrations calling for the "closure" of the high court and the Parliament through a "military intervention" that would keep the current head of state in power.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Monday (26) considered "unfair" the investigations underway in the Supreme Court (STF) against right-wing activists who, among their demands, call for military intervention, something that in his opinion is protected by "freedom of expression."

"If someone commits some anti-democratic act, it is against the federal government, it is not against someone from the Supreme Court. And I don't complain because I understand it as freedom of opinion," the president told a group of supporters outside the Alvorada Palace, his official residence in Brasília.

"This is freedom of . . .

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