Protests in Brazil: Bolsonaro says Judiciary may “suffer, something we don’t want”

Bolsonaro also stated that his government would no longer accept measures imposed by state governors and mayors authorized by the Judiciary. "I believe that the moment has arrived," he said, interrupted by shouts from supporters.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro said on the morning of Tuesday (7), in a speech at the Esplanade of the Ministries during an act called by him for this September 7, that the Judiciary "may suffer, something that we do not want". Without giving names or exactly saying what would be done, he stated that specific STF judges "paralyze the nation."

"We are sworn to respect our Constitution. The specific Justice of the Supreme Court has lost the minimum conditions to continue within that court. We cannot continue to accept that a specific person continues to paralyze our . . .

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