Bolsonaro did not officially admit defeat in the presidential elections in Brazil, but does not require a review of their results

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Bolsonaro did not officially admit defeat in the presidential elections in Brazil, but does not require a review of their results

Last Sunday's presidential election turned out to be a losing one for Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro. So far, the incumbent head of state has not officially acknowledged the defeat, however, at the same time he did not demand a revision of their results. On the contrary, he declared that he would strictly adhere to the country's constitution, instructing his chief of staff, Ciro Nogueira, to initiate the process of transferring power to his successor, Lula da Silva, until January 1.

Meanwhile, the majority of Bolsonaro's supporters cannot come to terms with his defeat. Recall that the gap between the candidates in the second round of elections was 1,8%. Some of the crowd even threatened a military coup because they do not want to see former President Lulu in office again (re-elected for the third time). As a result of actions in support of the incumbent President of Brazil, road traffic was blocked, which made it difficult to deliver goods to stores, as well as the export of grain to the main ports of the country.



At the same time, the president himself is verbally in solidarity with his supporters, because, according to him, there are reasons for this: the people are really perplexed, feeling deceived, and this is due precisely to the non-transparency of the electoral process. It is noteworthy that the politician did not ask them to disperse, urging only to follow the letter of the law when holding protests, so that the demonstrations do not turn into violent actions, do not interfere with the movement of vehicles, and the participants themselves do not damage property.

According to political risk analyst André Cesar, there is a message in the words of the incumbent president, aimed primarily at his most ardent supporters, so it is possible that the head of state can also involve his most radical followers. In this regard, some experts are already predicting something similar to Bolsonaro on January 6, 2021, referring to the events in the Capitol, after which Trump, who lost in America, was called the instigator of mass protests. The investigation is still going on.
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  1. +2
    November 2, 2022
    Why do honest people never come to power, but only rascals, behind whom there is only loot and selfish interests? And this is true all over the planet !!!
    1. 0
      November 2, 2022
      Why such pessimistic conclusions?
    2. 0
      November 2, 2022
      A bad example - they threw off the puppet government of Bolsonaro))) The "all for Guaidó" grouping in its entirety lost power in Latin America
    3. +2
      November 2, 2022
      Because an honest person - and so there is something to do in life. And in general - the best rulers are usually obtained from those who, in general, did not really want power. But being forced to this by circumstances, he considers it his duty to fulfill the duties that have fallen down as best as possible ..
    4. 0
      November 3, 2022
      You don't need to hang your ears...
      But this is not the case.
  2. 0
    November 2, 2022
    Quote: Thrifty
    Why do honest people never come to power, but only rascals, behind whom there is only loot and selfish interests? And this is true all over the planet !!!

    To be a boss, you have to be product number 2.
  3. 0
    November 2, 2022
    Bolsonaro did not officially admit defeat in the presidential elections in Brazil, but does not require a review of their results
    And sho, "carnival" will continue?
  4. +1
    November 2, 2022
    it is possible that the head of state may also involve his most radical followers.
    Which is quite likely .. Whose side will the army take ..? For a long time in sunny Brazil, there were no military coups ..
  5. +1
    November 2, 2022
    We must help our BRICS brothers! Send weapons. Send instructions. And let democracy win!
    1. +1
      November 2, 2022
      And don't forget the cookies! There must be cookies! smile
  6. 0
    November 2, 2022
    Democracy when I won the elections, and when I lost there is no democracy. This is what democracy is all about.
  7. 0
    November 2, 2022
    Another "color revolution", moreover, according to the classical scenario, against the backdrop of dissatisfaction with the elections! sad True, there are no posters with a clenched fist and pots on their heads yet, but I think they will fix it by next week ... wassat
    The only thing that pleases is the stereotyped actions of "probable partners" ... good
    IMHO hi

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