Bolsonaro criticizes vandalism in anti-government protests: ‘It was never for health’ – Prime Time Zone

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This case happened this Saturday, 3, in São Paulo, when participants in the demonstration set fire to a bank branch, ransacked bus stops and clashed with police officers

Reproduction Twitter / @PMSPMiliar Police reported on social networks that security agents and Fire Brigade teams were working in the Consolação region, in the city of São Paulo, to contain the depredation

The president Jair Bolsonaro used the social networks in the early hours of this Sunday, 4, to criticize acts of vandalism during anti-government demonstrations. The cases happened this Saturday, in Sao Paulo, when some present at the protest set fire to a Santander bank branch, ransacked bus stops and clashed with police officers. THE Military Police reported on social networks that security agents and Firefighters teams were operating in the Consolação region, in the city of São Paulo, to contain the depredation. In publication in the Twitter, Bolsonaro stated that “it was never for health or democracy, it was always for power”. “No genocide will be pointed out. No authoritarian escalation or “undemocratic act” will be cited. No threat to democracy will be alerted. No search and seizure will be made. No secrecy will be broken. Remember: it was never for health or democracy, it was always for power!’ pandemic. The protests against the current government took place in at least 347 municipalities in the country and, in most localities, they take place in a peaceful manner. This Saturday’s demonstration was the third act against the president. in addition to the impeachment by Jair Bolsonaro, participants also asked for more vaccines against Covid-19.