For the second day in a row, President Jair Bolsonaro participated in a far-right protest on Sunday (19) calling for military intervention in Brazil.
President Jair Bolsonaro addressed his supporters and said, "the era of criminality has ended" and shouted slogans like "now it's the people in power" and "we don't want to negotiate anything."
"We don't want to negotiate anything. We want action for Brazil," the president said. "Enough with the old politics. Now it is Brazil above all and God above all."
"Everyone has to be patriotic, believe, and do their part to put Brazil in the place of prominence it deserves. The time of the rascal is over. It is now the people in power. More than right, you must fight for the country of you," said Bolsonaro, who coughed and put his hand to his mouth at the end of the speech.
"What was old was left behind. We have a new Brazil ahead of us. Everyone in Brazil has to understand that they are submissive to the will of the Brazilian people," he said. "Count on your president to do whatever is necessary to maintain democracy and guarantee that our freedom is most sacred," added the president.
Translated by Kiratiana Freelon