Brazilian former Presidents Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva (PT), Dilma Rousseff (PT), Michel Temer (MDB), and José Sarney (MDB) Tuesday sat opposite the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro and the members of the Supreme Federal Court as Alexandre De Moraes was sworn in Tuesday as the Superior Electoral Court's new Chief Justice.
While the upcoming presidential elections seemed an inevitable clash between the incumbent rightwing Jair Bolsonaro and the former PT Lula Da Silva, Brazilian media rocked the political stage Wednesday with rumors that former President Michel Temer might join the race on behalf of the conservative Brazilian Democratic Movement (MDB).
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Monday said he would most likely create three new ministers if he is reelected this year: Public Security, Fisheries, and Foreign Trade.
Jair Bolsonaro Friday turned down the proposal made public by his predecessor Michel Temer to suspend the Presidential pardon granted to convicted Deputy Daniel Silveira until all judiciary steps have been exhausted. Temer is a highly qualified Law Scholar.
Justice Alexandre de Moraes, from the Brazilian Supreme Federal Tribunal, received on Friday the visit from Justice and Public Security minister Anderson Torres, following on the mediation from ex-president Michel Temer. The meeting was held in Sao Paulo and lasted four hours.
Former Brazilian President Michel Temer has outscored the importance of his country's connections with China, which is their main export destination.
China's Huawei has just hired a former president of Brazil to act as an advisor on 5G networking in the region. Through the new hiring, the company aims at ensuring the growth of the newer and faster bandwidth in the local market just prior to the auction for 5G wireless networks.
A judge in Brazil has issued a restraining order against a former attorney general after he admitted carrying a gun inside the Supreme Court to kill one of the justices. Rodrigo Janot served as chief public prosecutor for four years until 2017.
The number of invasions of indigenous lands in Brazil has jumped in the first nine months of President Jair Bolsonaro's administration, a Brazilian Catholic Church agency said on Tuesday. The Missionary Indigenous Council said illegal miners, loggers and tappers of natural resources are involved in most of the invasions.
Brazil former president, Michel Temer, described for the first time the dismissal of his predecessor Dilma Rousseff as a “coup”, as the left marks the political trial that removed the ex-president of the Workers Party from power.