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They prepare a campaign in Brazil to penetrate the peace in the perception of Lula


Brasilia, Dec 16 (PL) The Brazilian Workers’ Party (PT) is preparing a campaign that will highlight peace and therefore security at the inauguration of President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on January 1.

According to the television station CNN Brasil, in the content published on the social networks of the political organization and in the profiles of the main members of the new government, PT will present the message to the followers who will attend the event, accompanied by the following phrase: I am in peace. I’m going for democracy and I’m going for occupation.

The campaign gained importance after the incidents of vandalism in Brasília on 12 December.

While it seeks to downplay the incidents of violence in the capital, the party believes the campaign will serve to “strengthen democracy”.

The videos should be short and the exhibition of the content should take place over the next few days.

Recently, PT summoned the militancy to protect the mechanical extortionist on the opening day.

The idea is to expand the presence of PT members, trade unions and militants of the landless labor movement and the homeless labor movement.

This parallel security plan for PTs would function independently of official security, coordinated by the Office of Institutional Security, along with agents from the Federal and Military Police.

Analysts anticipate protests by protesters against Lula during the transition ceremony.

Ambassador Fernando Iglesias, responsible for the ceremony at the Planalto Palace (headquarters of the executive power), revealed on Wednesday a list of heads of state and government who confirmed attendance at the inauguration of the former activist leader.

So far there are 17 authorities that will be in Brasilia for the solemnity. “It will be occupied with the presence of the largest number of heads of state,” he insisted.

The King of Spain and the Presidents of Germany, Angola, Argentina, Bolivia, Cape Verde, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Guinea Bissau, Paraguay, Portugal, Suriname, East Timor, Uruguay and Zimbabwe have been ratified.

As a standard-bearer for PT, Lula defeated ultra-right-leaning President Jair Bolsonaro in a second round of suffrage on 30 October, seeking re-election to the Liberal Party.

Shrouded in silence after the election failure, Bolsonaro continued without confirming whether he would physically hand over the presidential baton to the elected ruler.

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