Act against Bolsonaro in SP gathers pre-candidates of the “3rd copy”

The demonstration called by Movimento Brasil Livre (MBL) and by Vem Pra Rua Brasil against President Jair Bolsonaro (no party) on Avenida Paulista, in São Paulo, this Sunday (12), was attended by pre-candidates for the Presidency of the Republic and was marked by speeches, banners and puppets offensive to former president Lula (PT).

The protest, which did not have the presence of parties such as PT and PSOL, as well as CUT and popular movements, occupied approximately five blocks on Avenida Paulista. The act began around 2 pm and until the publication of this report, the São Paulo Military Police had not released the public estimate for the demonstration, held on the same stage as the pro-Bolsonaro anti-democratic acts on Independence Day, on Tuesday (7).

The demonstrators made a series of speeches in favor of the so-called “third way”, marked by the slogan “Nem Bolsonaro, Lula”, present on a banner carried by New Party militants. Vem Pra Rua Brasil positioned an inflatable doll of the former PT president dressed as a prisoner with Bolsonaro, dressed in a straitjacket.

Bonecos de Lula e Bolsonaro unidos foram colocados pelo Vem Pra Rua Brasil na Avenida Paulista / Reprodução/Twitter

Among the possible candidates for the 2022 presidential election, the current governor of São Paulo, João Doria (PSDB), former Health Minister Luiz Henrique Mandetta (DEM), presidential candidate Ciro Gomes (PDT), federal deputies Simone Tebet (PMDB) and André Janones (Avante), senator Alessandro Vieira (Citizenship) and João Amoedo (Novo).

Governor João Doria (PSDB) speaks at a demonstration on Avenida Paulista / Divulgação/Governo de São Paulo

On top of electric trios, leaders of parties and movements linked to the left and center also spoke, such as federal deputy Orlando Silva (PCdoB-SP) and state deputy Isa Penna (PSOL).

See photos and videos of politicians during the demonstration:






Edition: José Eduardo Bernardes

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