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US News: The Brazilian vice-president declares that Bolsonaro was "half sad" during his first gathering after the defeat.

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 Election Court rejects contestation of Bolsonaro's defeat from The Supreme Court in Brazil rejected the application of the party of the elected President Jair Bolsonaro to check the election result. © Eraldo Peres/AP/dpa Brazil's chosen President Jair Bolsonaro suffered a slump in court. The Liberal Party (PL) had not submitted any evidence of an alleged fraud, said court president Alexandre de Moraes on Wednesday. In addition, he imposed a fine of 23 million Reais (4.12 million euros) against the applicants.

Le vice-président sortant du Brésil, Hamilton Mourao. - PAULO LOPES / ZUMA PRESS / CONTACTOPHOTO © supplied by News 360 The vice-president out of Brazil, Hamilton Mourao. - Paulo Lopes / Zuma Press / Contactophoto

Vice-President of Brazil, Hamilton Mourao, said on Tuesday that outgoing president Jair Bolsonaro "was half sad" during the ceremony at which he attended the Military Academy Agulhas on Saturday Negras de Rio de Janeiro, the first public event in which he was seen after his defeat in the October 30 elections.

"I told him that there was a group of people who wanted a photo with him and I encouraged him to take a picture with people," said Mourao when he was asked about 'One of the images of the Saturday event in which we see him interact with an impassive Bolsonaro that does not respond.

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"I was a little sad," he said, referring to the lack of response from Bolsonaro, who does not participate directly in the transition of power like him, after receiving the vice-president elected, Geraldo Alckmin, at the Palais du Planalto on Tuesday.

"He wanted to know what are the activities of the vice-president, what is the structure and the attributions," said Mourao, adding that it was Alckmin himself who "asked to have a coffee", according to The newspaper "O Globo". The meeting, which lasted around 40 minutes, is the first between the two men since the announcement of the victory of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in the elections. Mr. Alckmin had already had the opportunity to briefly see Mr. Bolsonaro in the corridors of the Palais du Planalto, where they had an impromptu conversation of a few minutes.

This is not the first time, however, that the two men have been talking about after the election results, since Mourao sent a message to Alckmin to make himself at his disposal during the power transfer process.

Mourao also gave himself up to a joke of a doubtful taste, telling how the partner of Alckmin went to the official residence of the vice-president, the Jaburu Palace, where he was received by his wife. "His wife has already been there. It is the woman who is responsible there," she said.

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