Opposition to Bolsonaro returns to streets aiming to attract non-leftist parties and avert violence

The timing of the march was brought forward in an attempt to avert the action of groups that have promoted vandalism in past rallies. It will leave at 4:30 PM, with the aim of ending in the early evening.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The fourth round of national protests against Brazil's right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro, scheduled for this Saturday, July 24, aims to draw together more non-leftist party representatives and diversify the public, at a time when pressure for impeachment is suffering setbacks.

On Paulista Avenue in São Paulo, center parties seeking to break away from the PT will have their own sound trucks, seeking to attract demonstrators who oppose the president but do not want to be branded as leftists or supporters of ex-president Lula.

The timing of the march to run along . . .

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