The rift in Argentine politics came full circle in the Brazilian elections this Sunday. Front of All (FdT) leaders demonstrated on social networks in favor of the candidate Luiz Inacio Lula da SilvaWhile the leaders of Together for Change supported Jair Bolsonaro,
The Minister of the Government of Buenos Aires posted on Twitter, “Today the Brotherhood of Brazil will once again embrace hope, authority, joy. Strength, Lula!” Christina Alvarez Rodriguez,
While the head of the Block of Buenos Aires Senators of the Front of All, Theresa Garciaconfirmed that “prison and persecution” against Lula was not enough for them (real power) because “the people of Brazil today will win in defense of their rights.”
Popular unity leader and former director of Banco Nacional, Claudia LozanoBrazil warned that a new battle was being waged in the neighboring country for “democracy and to end inequality in Latin America.”
“It’s played to end the current president’s nightmare Jair Bolsonaro And open a new era in Latin America,” Lozano remarked about the Brazilian president, who is seeking re-election.
He supported Bolsonaro with Together for Change
The leaders of Together for Change, for their part, demonstrated in favor of Bolsonaro’s re-election. Former Minister of the Government of Buenos Aires and former Mayor of San Miguel Joaquin de la Torre Used his Twitter account to “bank” the current President of Brazil. De la Torre assured that the current president of Brazil is “an example that ultra-deep change is possible.”
“They kept the accounts in order, the economy is growing and inflation is low. Corruption is a thing of the past,” he listed, and concluded that “the roads are safe because there is a government that organizes.”
For his part, the former candidate for Vice President of Together for Change (JxC) miguel picetto said that “it will be important for Brazil that bolsonaro“, arguing that “maintaining the achieved economic course, GDP growth and vulnerability reduction will be positive not only for the sister nation but for the region as a whole”.
rift between liberals
A curious rift also broke out among liberals over the elections in Brazil. National Deputy for La Libertad Avanza Xavier Miley Jair expressed his strong support for Bolsonaro. Miley is good friends with Eduardo Bolsonaro, the son of the current President of Brazil.
Avanza Libertad’s national deputy, Jose Luis Espert, for his part, has spoken out against it on several occasions. Jair Bolsonaro And it has been criticized more than once. Although he has not spoken in favor of Lula, he has made it clear that he does not support Bolsonaro.