March 30, 2023

Isolated and isolated, Bolsonaro refuses to seek allies in the United States

In the United States since the end of 2022, former President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) has refused to receive visits from political allies. (AP Photo/Eraldo Perez, Archive)

  • Since December 30 in the United States, Bolsonaro refuses to receive visits from political allies;

  • The former representative would have refused meetings even with religious people;

  • After the attacks on the three powers on January 8, encouraged by supporters, Bolsonaro decided to stay out of Brazil, and there is still no date for his return.

Politicians formed an alliance Former President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) Not anymore Manages to be welcomed by him in America. From December 30, Ex-Rep Retires in FloridaAnd he refused to meet even his supporters who wanted to meet him.

According to columnist Igor Kadelha from Portal Metropolis, on January 17, the following coalition representatives attended a symposium with former president Ernesto Araujo in Miami:

  • Pia Kissis (PL-DF);

  • Louis Philippe from Orléans and Bragança (PL-SP);

  • Carla Zambelli (PL-SP); And

  • Sostenes Cavalcante (PL-RJ)

At the event, they discussed the “situation of Brazilian democracy” after the 2022 elections. Part of the Bolsonaro group decided to stay in the country with family members. Others attended marches against abortion rights, which were promoted by conservative groups in the United States.

Anyone who tried to contact Bolsonaro, even if it was not to discuss politics, was told that the former president would not accept any meetings and wanted to “relax” with his family.

Without Michael

According to information sent to the columnist Juliana Tal Biva by the interlocutors of former President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) from the UOL portal, there is an expectation Former First Lady Michelle Bolsonaro returned to Brazil without her husband.

The couple’s daughter Laura Bolsonaro, 11, has already returned to the country as classes begin. Meanwhile, there is no date yet for Zaire’s return.

The former chief executive was advised by two groups with different views on his return to Brazil:

  • A more ideological faction defends his stay in the US for fear of being the target of an arrest warrant;

  • The group, which is most closely linked to the Liberal Party, has defended the former president’s immediate return, pointing out that the trip could seem like an escape.