Businessman who organized Bolsonaro’s lunch with artists is intubated with Covid

Businessman who organized Bolsonaro’s lunch with artists is intubated with Covid
Businessman who organized Bolsonaro’s lunch with artists is intubated with Covid

Entrepreneur Uugton Batista da Silva, who organized a luncheon for Jair Bolsonaro with countrymen in January, is intubated with Covid.

Silva is admitted to an ICU in Goiânia.

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In late January, the businessman prepared a lunch for hinterland artists, such as Amado Batista, with Jair Bolsonaro and ministers at a steakhouse in Brasília. The group wore no mask.

On the occasion, Bolsonaro cursed reporters, while Ernesto Araújo was excited.

Read: Carlos Bolsonaro goes to the MP against social isolation decreed by Paes

In April 2019, Silva took Amado Batista to the Planalto Palace and posed for pictures with the president in the cabinet.

In August 2020, the businessman was received by Mário Frias, special secretary of Culture.

Recently affiliated with the Bolsonarist PTB, last month Silva was appointed special advisor to Roberto Jefferson in the party’s presidency.

(By Eduardo Barretto)

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Guilherme Amado went through O Globo, Veja and Extra. He received the Esso and Tim Lopes Investigative Journalism awards. He is a JSK Fellow at Stanford University, and a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. It is between Brasilia, São Paulo, Rio and where else there is a good story to tell.
Acting for the column, Eduardo Barretto worked for the newspaper O Globo and for the websites Crusoé and Poder360. He also collaborated for the Associated Press and O Estado de S. Paulo. He studied at the University of Brasília and at the London School of Journalism. It is based in the Federal Capital, where it seeks stories about power.
Naomi Matsui visited the magazine Veja and the website Poder 360. She also collaborated with O Estado de S. Paulo and UOL. She covered the National Congress, Planalto Palace, and the 2018 presidential elections. Graduated in journalism from Mackenzie, she lives in Brasília, where she covers the different areas of power.
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Guilherme Amado went through O Globo, Veja and Extra. He received the Esso and Tim Lopes Investigative Journalism awards. He is a JSK Fellow at Stanford University, and a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. It is located between Brasília, São Paulo, Rio and where else there is a good story to tell.
Acting for the column, Eduardo Barretto worked for the newspaper O Globo and for the websites Crusoé and Poder360. He also collaborated for the Associated Press and O Estado de S. Paulo. He studied at the University of Brasília and at the London School of Journalism. It is based in the Federal Capital, where it seeks stories about power.
Naomi Matsui visited the magazine Veja and the website Poder 360. She also collaborated with O Estado de S. Paulo and UOL. She covered National Congress, Planalto Palace, and the 2018 presidential elections. Graduated in journalism from Mackenzie, lives in Brasília, where she covers the different areas of power.

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