Jair Bolsonaro Will Not Take Political Prisoners

Jair Bolsonaro Fast Facts: Brazil’s President-Elect Aims to Make Brazil Great Again, By Stealing Votes From Workers and the Environment

Jair Bolsonaro was sworn in as Brazil’s next president on January 1st during a rally that featured his signature chant: “O Deus, O Deus! Já chega de achaquear Bolsonaro” (God, God! It’s time to steal Bolsonaro now). Bolsonaro was inaugurated at a time when Brazil has been struggling with public finances, corruption scandals and the loss of millions of lives from the country’s Ebola epidemic. Bolsonaro is likely to face a hard time at the ballot box this year, but he does have a shot at winning the presidency.

Bolsonaro is a military man originally from the state of Minas Gerais, who was a congressman for the Social Liberal Party (PSL) in the lower house of Congress, but was ousted at the end of the 2014 legislative session because of a bribery scandal. He was arrested three days before the congress was due to conclude and had to wait outside while members debated whether or not to bring him back in.

The former congressman stood by his actions in Congress and denied the allegations against him. However, he was later convicted of corruption and imprisoned for 14 years.

In his new role as president, Bolsonaro won’t take any political prisoners, nor will he change his political agenda as he has done so far. Bolsonaro has been endorsed by one of the most right-wing political parties in Brazil. While his new policies will be to the right of Trump, Bolsonaro’s style is more in line with Brazil’s history of military dictatorship.

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Bolsonaro has been open about wanting to be a “dictator” and “military man.” Bolsonaro is a supporter of the military overthrow of democracy in the country of his birth in 1961. Bolsonaro’s father was a career army officer, and his mother was a Catholic nun who supported his interest in becoming a future soldier. Bolsonaro’s father wanted his son to follow in his footsteps and become a civil service officer. Bolsonaro decided to become a career

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