Anti-Bolsonaro protests in 6 Brazilian capitals have low turnout

Organized by center-right organizations Movimento Brasil Livre (MBL), Vem Pra Rua (VPR) and Livres, protests were held in 6 Brazilian capitals, but failed to attract large leftist sectors.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The demonstrations held on Sunday morning, September 12, calling for the impeachment of President Jair Bolsonaro, were marked by a low public turnout.

Demonstrations were also planned for 10 other capitals in the afternoon, such as São Paulo and Brasília.

Belo Horizonte and Rio de Janeiro gathered the largest contingents. In the Rio de Janeiro capital, the group began to concentrate in Copacabana at 10 AM. On the VPR car, a poster showed President Jair Bolsonaro and ex-president Lula behind bars, breaching the truce announced to attract leftist representatives. Organizers had abandoned the . . .

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