Millions of Brazilians take to the streets on the country’s independence day, to fight against the Supreme Court’s authoritarianism.
As previously reported, a country’s supreme court minister has been committing intense persecution of the President of the Republic Jair Bolsonaro, his base of deputies and senators, journalists, bloggers, YouTubers and supporters of the President.
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Minister Alexandre de Moraes has arrested deputies, journalists and political supporters.
He has also been censoring journalists from the right-wing, YouTubes had their channel demonetized and prevented from receiving pix (money transactions).
Brazilians took to the streets of several cities to scream for freedom and democracy.
They yell “Out Alexandre de Moraes”. Demanding the Minister of the Supreme Federal Court Alexandre de Moraes to leave.
In the morning the President arrived in his Rolls Royce driven by F1 champion Nelson Piquet to raise the Brazilian flag.
The President alongside his ministers spoke to nearly 150,000 people in the Praça dos Três Poderes (Government Official Place).
“All of us here at Praça dos Três Poderes swear to respect our Constitution.
Whoever acts outside of it fits in or asks to leave.
This specific minister of the Federal Supreme Court, lost the minimum conditions to continue at that court.
All of us here, without exception, are the ones who will tell where Brazil should go.
We have on our flag written Order and Progress.
This is what we want!
We don’t want a break, we don’t want to fight with the Powers, but we won’t admit that one person disturbs our democracy.
We cannot admit that a person puts our freedom at risk”.
Jair Bolsonaro will meet with the government main Powers tomorrow to discuss the measures they will take, since the Brazilian federal government is not constituted, he says that all power emanates from the people, and the people ask Alexandre de Moraes to leave.