RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The ceremony, initially scheduled to take place at the City Hall, was relocated to a 17th century residence on the outskirts, where the President was scheduled to have lunch with some 200 guests, among them relatives and city councilors.
The arrival of the President mobilized both left-wing militants and anti-fascist organizations, opposed to his far-right policies, as well as a sector of the Brazilian community living in Italy.
Under a persistent drizzle and fog, representatives of several leftist parties, as well as of the CGIL trade union and ANPI anti-fascist organization peacefully . . .