Italian overseas minister Antonio Tajani mentioned that Brazil’s former president Jair Bolsonaro didn’t request for a citizenship in Italy. “He (Bolsonaro) hasn’t requested for it (citizenship) and I do not consider he can have it, so far as I am involved,” Antonio Tajani mentioned in an Italian radio interview, as per Reuters.
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The clarification comes following assault on Brazil’s authorities buildings by pro-Jair Bolsonaro supporters. Brazilian media reported that Jair Bolsonaro was searching for Italian citizenship.
Following the violent invasion, Brazilian president Luiz Inacio ‘Lula’ da Silva who defeated Jair Bolsonaro in October elections, criticised the police for protesters’ breach of presidency buildings, presidential palace, Congress, and the Supreme Courtroom.
“The Brasilia police uncared for (the assault risk), Brasilia’s intelligence uncared for it,” Lula mentioned, including, “It’s simple to see within the footage of the cops speaking to the attackers. There was an express connivance of the police with the demonstrators.
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The besiege prompted police to make greater than 1,500 arrests whereas officers proceed investigating those that financed the ‘coup acts’, Lula knowledgeable.
The assault bore similarities to the January 6, 2021 rebel on the US Capitol when supporters of ex-US President Donald Trump stormed Congress. Donald Trump has been a detailed ally of Jair Bolsonaro.
In the meantime, Jair Bolsonaro tweeted a photograph of himself on a hospital mattress in Orlando, Florida, saying it was associated to accidents from a 2018 knife assault throughout a political rally.
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