December 4, 2022

Bolsonaro receives support from the world’s far-right leaders

Published on 01/10/2022 21:53 / Updated on 01/01/2022 21:53


On the eve of the first round, President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) He received the support of the Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban, one of the main leaders of the global far right. In recent days, Jose Antonio Caste, who ran in the second round of elections in Chile last year, supported Colombian Senator Maria Fernanda Cabal, the world’s far-right advocate, for the CEO’s re-election.

“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 seen few leaders as exceptional as your president, President Bolsonaro. Job opportunity,” Urban said in a video posted today on Bolsonaro’s social media. “It was a great honor to see and learn how to lower taxes, stabilize the economy and reduce crime.” “I hope he can continue his work,” the Hungarian prime minister added.

Bolsonaro went to Hungary in February after meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin. In Budapest, the chief executive called Orban his “brother” and highlighted the commonalities between his government and that of the European nation. In July, the CEO received the President of Hungary, Katalin Novak, at Planalto Palace Bolsonaro.

In another video, shared yesterday on Bolsonaro’s social networks, he receives the support of Chile Cast, who feuded with the current President of Chile, Gabriel Borek, the left wing, in the second round of the 2021 elections. “This Sunday, Brazil plays. For freedom, These have been years of great progress and security. From Chile, we wish President Jair Bolsonaro every success in defeating the radical left once again,” said the Chilean far-right leader.

“On Sunday, October 2, the Brazilians decided whether they wanted to be free or slaves, if they wanted to continue to enjoy prosperity, to be the only country without inflation in the world, the only country with no trade deficit. With China, because they export more than they import from China. Well, let’s follow Jair Bolsonaro with effort, heart and conviction,” said Colombian Senator Maria Fernanda Cabal, another far-right advocate.

Bolsonaro had already received the support of former US President Donald Trump, who lost the election to Joe Biden in 2020 and challenged poll results, in a movement that culminated in the invasion of the US Congress by Trump hardliners in January 2021,” Trump wrote on social media in Sept 8 “The President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, ‘tropical Trump’ as he is affectionately called, has done an amazing job for the wonderful Brazilian people.”