Brazil criticizes the leaders who go to private jet to COP27, where Bolsonaro is absent for the second consecutive year.
© supplied by News 360 Jair Bolsonaro and the Minister of the Environment Joaquim Leite. - Frederico Brasil / Zuma Press / Contactophoto The Brazilian Minister of the Environment, Joaquim Leite, criticized on Tuesday the "leaders and businessmen" who went to Egypt by private plane to attend the United Nations Summit on the Climate (COP27), in whom the current president, Jair Bolsonaro, refused to participate for the second time.
© supplied by News 360 Lula Da Silva, winner of the presidential elections in Brazil. - Rahel Patrasso / Xinhua News / Contactophoto
The elected president of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, called on Thursday to wear "with great pride" the jersey of the national football team, despite the fact that it is Recently become a more typical element of supporters of the outgoing president, Jair Bolsonaro.
In a message posted on her Instagram profile, Lula said that the jersey, which brings together the colors of the Brazilian flag, "represents 215 million Brazilians". "Let's applaud Brazil together," he added shortly before the beginning of Canadarha to the World Cup in Qatar.
Lula has tried to end a trend observed in recent years, when the supporters and sympathizers of Bolsonaro have worn the national jersey during demonstrations against previous governments and support marches for the far -right leader.
However, shortly before Brazil went to the polls for the second round of the presidential elections, Lula tried to dissociate the jersey of the national team of the "extremist ideology" and also encouraged his supporters to wear the jersey "Canarinha" because Bolsonaro did not have "the exclusivity" of national symbols.
Only a hint of relaxation for Brazil's rainforest .
The message certainly does not allow to cheer, but at least: The deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon region has decreased slightly according to recent studies. Nevertheless, it is not a reason for the all -clear. © Bruno Kelly/Reuters An idyll at first glance: Aras in the rainforest in the state of Amazona ... Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon region destroyed an area of the size of Qatar from August 2021 to July this year. This emerges from new official figures published in Brazil.