Maduro won’t be invited to the inauguration of Bolsonaro "out of respect for Venezuelans"
The Venezuelan president, Maduro, won’t attend the inauguration of his Brazilian counterpart, Jair Bolsonaro. The long run head of Brazilian diplomacy made this election "out of respect for the Venezuelan folks."
The elected president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, doesn’t need his Venezuelan counterpart, Nicolás Maduro, to attend its inauguration on January 1.
"Out of respect for the Venezuelan folks, we have now not invited Nicolás Maduro to President Bolsonaro's inauguration," mentioned the long run international minister of the far-right Brazilian authorities, Ernesto Araujo, on Twitter.
Historically, all South American heads of state are invited to the inauguration of the Brazilian presidents.
Jair Bolsonaro, elected on October 28 with 55% of the votes, harshly criticized Maduro's authorities all through his marketing campaign. Within the marketing campaign websites, he even predicted in Brazil a state of affairs just like that of Venezuela, hit by a critical financial disaster with many shortages, if his leftist opponent, Fernando Haddad, was elected.
Like different neighboring nations of Venezuela, Brazil faces an ideal migratory move of Venezuelans fleeing the disaster of their nation.
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On Wednesday, President Nicolás Maduro accused the USA of implementing a plan "for the homicide", with the assistance of the conservative governments of Brazil and Colombia.