How will Bolsonaro face public anger in Brazil? | Inside Story

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Brazil’s president is under pressure again.

During the course of this year, Jair Bolsonaro managed to unite left-wing parties, trade unions and social organizations as they tried to get him impeached.

He is mainly accused of mishandling the pandemic – and possibly being responsible for the deaths of thousands of people.

Brazilians have also accused him of corruption, a disregard for the environment and policies they say are fueling the economic crisis.

Bolsonaro announced a government reshuffle, but that’s only angered more people who say the president is a threat to democracy.

So, who’s likely to win this battle?

Presenter: Rob Matheson


Jeraldo Zahran, Brazilian political analyst and an author.

Nizar Messari, Professor at Al Akhawayn University.

Claudio Couto, associate Professor at Jetulio Vargas Foundation

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