On the anniversary of the coup, Bolsonaro criticizes Congress for revoking act of dictatorship

On the anniversary of the coup, Bolsonaro criticizes Congress for revoking act of dictatorship
On the anniversary of the coup, Bolsonaro criticizes Congress for revoking act of dictatorship

On the anniversary of the 1964 coup, the president Jair Bolsonaro (Without a party) criticized this Wednesday, 31, on his Twitter account those who “delete photos or facts”, when remembering the approval, by Congress, of a draft resolution that annulled the legislative session that removed the then president João Goulart, in 1964. The Legislature invalidated Jango’s dismissal session in a vote on November 21, 2013.

“In April / 2013, Congress canceled the session of 02 / April / 64, which removed President João Goulart,” recalled Bolsonaro. The president said in the tweet that he does not discuss history, but that “true democrats do not erase photos or facts”. “God bless Brazil and keep our freedom!”, He posted, at the end of the message, accompanied by an old photo of Bolsonaro in Army uniform.

Earlier this Wednesday, the appointed Minister of Defense, Walter Braga Netto, stated that the military “has not been lacking in the past and will not be absent whenever the country needs”, in making the choices of Bolsonaro’s new Armed Forces commanders official .

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