(ANSA) – SAN PAOLO, OCTOBER 13 – The increase in hunger in Brazil is the fault of the “cowardly and criminal politics” of those who defended the motto “stay at home, we will deal with the economy later”: said today the Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, during the delivery ceremony of rural property titles in Miracatu, in the hinterland of São Paulo.
“I was perhaps the only leader in the world to declare himself opposed to the lockdown policy and mandatory vaccines,” continued the far-right leader, accused of “genocide” by the opposition for managing the coronavirus crisis.
The rise in inflation and unemployment mainly affect “the humblest”, continued Bolsonaro, who recalled that he had earmarked the equivalent of “13 years of Bolsa Familia” through emergency aid allocated to the poorest people left without income. during the pandemic.
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