President of Brazil, jair bolsonaro who lost the election on October 30 against the progressive leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, On this Wednesday two weeks of complete silence were completed, which is attributed to a disease.
What has been the total lack of official information that the Vice President broke down today hamilton moraowho told the newspaper Earth that the far-right leader is suffering from epilepsy, a skin disease that he has injured his leg and is preventing him from leaving his official residence in Brasilia, where he is being held.
“It’s a matter of health. He has a leg injury, A snake He cannot wear pants” nor can he appear “in shorts”, after representing them in an act of handing over the credentials of new ambassadors, including those to Argentina, the vice president explained, Daniel Cioli, and Mexico, Laura Esquivel.
“It’s a health issue. He has a leg injury, a blister. He can’t wear pants” nor can he appear in “shorts”.
The social networks of the President are also completely silent, who during the last four years have used these media fiercely, even to announce the change of ministers. Bolsonaro last appeared on his social networks on 2 November, when he posted a video in which he derided groups of far-right truckers who had gathered hundreds across the country to protest Lula’s victory in the election. were blocking the highways.
These demonstrations subsided after a few days, but have been replaced by thousands gathering outside barracks in dozens of cities across the country.
The largest of these protests has been taking place for two weeks in front of army headquarters in Brasilia, where thousands of ultra activists have been calling for a military coup to prevent the inauguration of Lula, who will take power on January 1.
Since the day after the election, the president’s agenda repeats the same phrase daily: “No official commitments.” That prolonged absence, explained only this Wednesday by Vice President Morao, sparked a series of conjectures in the local press, including speculation on the possibility of illness and possible “post-election depression.”
That last extreme was also contemplated by leaders of the Liberal Party, which supported his thwarted candidacy for re-election and now await him to organize the opposition to Lula’s government, which, unlike Bolsonaro, are in frenetic activity as the president-elect.
This week, the progressive leader traveled to Egypt to attend the United Nations climate summit (COP27), before which he reaffirmed his commitment to protecting the Amazon, which has been virtually abandoned during the Bolsonaro administration.