Thousands of people took to the streets on Sunday (7) to protest against the Jair Bolsonaro government, despite the social distance measures adopted in the country to control the Covid-19 epidemic.
The protests, held in several cities across Brazil, exposed differences between pro-democracy movements and opposition parties.
The demonstrations also targeted racism in Brazil and the United States.
The movements maintained the call to action despite questions regarding the risks of contagion by the coronavirus.
On Avenida Paulista, in São Paulo, about one hundred people demonstrated in favor of the Bolsonaro government.
The protests were generally peaceful.
In the capital of São Paulo, a small group of protesters was dispersed by the shock police of the Military Police, with bombs of moral effect, about three hours after the end of the act against the president.
General Augusto Heleno, head of the Institutional Security Office, praised the PM's work.
Translated by Kiratiana Freelon