Brazil’s Bolsonaro on Argentina’s new curfew: “The Army in the streets to keep people at home?”

The Brazilian head of state made reference to the measures announced by the Casa Rosada on Wednesday night, highlighting the ban on circulation between 8 PM and 6 AM.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In what promises to be a new diplomatic kerfuffle, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro referred to the surprising restrictive measures adopted by the Argentine government to control the coronavirus pandemic, among which the curfew and the total closure of on-site education stand out.

The Brazilian head of state posted a tweet in which he highlighted not only the ban to circulate but also the presence of military forces in the streets of the City of Buenos Aires, as announced last night by the Argentine Alberto Fernández.

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