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Bolsonaro likens measures against Covid-19 to “Venezuelan dictatorship”

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, said this Saturday, April 10, that the country is living in a "dictatorship" due to the restrictions that some regions of the country have implemented to prevent Covid-19 contagions; he compared them to the "freedoms denied" by the "regime" of Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela.

The statements were made during a visit of the right-wing leader to a favela located in Brasilia's outskirts, where several Venezuelan citizens live due to the economic and social crisis in the neighboring country.

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