Bolsonaro enjoys the support of the world’s far-right leaders

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Posted 10/01/2022 21:53 / Updated 10/01/2022 21:53

(Credit: ERNESTO BENAVIDES / AFP)

The day before the first round, President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) Support came from Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, one of the key leaders of the global far right. In recent days, the re-election of the chief executive has been endorsed by José Antonio Cast, who ran in Chile’s second round of elections last year, and Colombian senator Maria Fernanda Cabal, another spokeswoman for the world’s far right.

“My Brazilian friends, you are preparing for an important election. I have served my country in Europe for more than thirty years and I have met many leaders, but I have met few leaders as extraordinary as your president, President Bolsonaro. The opportunity to work with him and see how he has reduced taxes, stabilized the economy and reduced the crime rate. It was a great honor to be able to study as well,” Orbán said in a video posted today on Bolsonaro’s social media. “I hope he can continue his work,” the Hungarian prime minister amended.

Bolsonaro traveled to Hungary in February after meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. In Budapest, the chief executive called Orbán a “brother” and highlighted the commonality of values ​​between his government and the European nation. In July, the Chief Executive received Hungarian President Katelin Novak at Planalto Bolsonaro Palace.

In another video shared yesterday on Bolsonaro’s social networks, he is getting the support of the Chilean cast who have clashed with the leftist incumbent, Gabriel Boric, in the second round of the 2021 election. “Brazil plays this Sunday. For freedom, these have been years of more progress and security. From Chile, we wish President Jair Bolsonaro every success in defeating the far left once again,” the Chilean far-right leader said.

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“This Sunday, October 2, Brazilians will decide whether they want to be free or enslaved. If they want to continue to prosper, they must become the only country in the world without inflation, the only country without a trade balance deficit with China, because they export more than they import from China. Well, let’s Jair Bolsonaro with effort, with heart. , can be pursued with conviction,” said Colombian senator Maria Fernanda Cabal, another spokeswoman for the far-right.

Bolsonaro already had the support of former US President Donald Trump, who contested the election results after losing to Joe Biden in the 2020 election, in a movement that culminated in the January 2021 takeover of the US Congress by Trumpist extremists. “Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, ‘Tropical Trump’ as he is affectionately called, has done a great job for the wonderful people of Brazil,” Trump wrote on social media on September 8.

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