There’s a sound that Enrique Diaz, 56, has been waiting to hear with some anxiety: the Globo song, the one that precedes the announcement of shocking news.
In this case, Diaz awaits the announcement of the arrest of former president Jair Bolsonaro, investigated by the Federal Police for trying to carry out a coup d’état in Brazil, and who was the target of a police operation this week.
“I would celebrate too much, but we can never forget that the issue is very complex”, he says, at Camarote Arara, on the first night of Rio Special Group parades this Sunday (11).
At the bar, Diaz orders a Moscow Mule (“I’m not a beer drinker”) and returns to the subject of the music on duty.
“I’m totally in favor of the party, it’s always important to remember how big a tragedy it was at that time”, he says.
Coronelismo, the central theme of the remake of the soap opera by Benedito Ruy Barbosa, currently airing at nine o’clock on Globo, he says is still there for anyone who wants to see.
“It still exists, everyone knows”, he guarantees, “but for me the most terrible thing is the relationship with indigenous territories, what they do to them is very violent”, he concluded.
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