RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The repercussions of the meeting between the president of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies, Rodrigo Maia, and Spanish authorities to discuss "parliamentarianism", among other issues, is yielding the politician an avalanche of criticism, among them that of a "coup plotter".
As 'Opinión Crítica' reported earlier, President Bolsonaro's allies released a screen print that featured a tweet reportedly published by the Spanish embassy in Brazil, confirming Maia's meeting with Spanish authorities to discuss the matter.
In the country's current climate, with tension between the governmental branches, and particularly between the Planalto and . . .