Justice Minister Anderson Torres said that President Jair Bolsonaro’s (PL) request is for demonstrations on federal roads not to impede the right to come and go.
“Continued action by @PRFBrasil in the de-interdiction of federal highways. From 6:00 pm on Sunday (30) to 7:00 am today (2), 544 unblocks have already been made. prevent everyone’s right to come and go,” said the minister on social media.
Supporters of President Jair Bolsonaro (PL), including truck drivers, started blocking roads across the country in the early hours of Monday (31) in protests of a coup-like nature against the result of the elections, which had Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) as the winner. in the dispute for the Plateau.
Blockade data is decreasing after Bolsonaro made a statement in which he broke a 45-hour silence after the result of the second round. However, the first speech frustrated those who expected the president to explicitly ask for the demobilization of road blocks.
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