Brazil wakes up with the trail of damage left by the assault on the seats of Congress, the Presidency and the Supreme Court by supporters of the former president Jair Bolsonaro.
Leaders from around the world have condemned this attack on democracy. Bolsonaro, who is now in Florida, United States (USA), has spoken about it via Twitter. He has rejected the accusations of being responsible for what happened by the current president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
He has also condemned violent acts, but at the same time, he described his dissatisfied followers as patriots, just the adjective used by former US President Donald Trump to refer to the extremist fanatics who assaulted the Capitol in Washington two years ago.
In addition, in this edition of Euronews Today we will talk about the consternation in Europe over the executions of those detained in the protests in iran. At the moment, the country’s regime has already accumulated 16 death sentences and four public executions, two this weekend. In addition, Joe Biden visits Mexico for the first time as president on the occasion of the start of the summit of the three friends.
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