Bolsonaro: “Those who fight for freedom of expression in Brazil are the federal government”

In an interview with the Canção Nova television station, he also said that Brazil is among the countries "doing better" in vaccination.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In an interview with TV Canção Nova's program "Além da Notícia," President Jair Bolsonaro said that "who is fighting for freedom of expression in Brazil is the federal government."

The interview was recorded on October 15 but was not broadcast until Thursday (28). "Who fights for freedom of expression in Brazil is the federal government. Usually, it's the other powers that fight for it, but here in Brazil, it's the other way around, so that is why this government has a robust recognition from the people," the head of government . . .

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