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The STF (Supreme Federal Court), the PT and the press — particularly, TV Globo — are the targets of banners and posters of the Bolsonarista Act on September 7 throughout the nation.

In Brasilia, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, protesters raised anti-democratic flags, some pointedly asking if President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) and the armed forces had been interfering with the judiciary. Posters had been additionally circulated in protection of agendas akin to “audible printed votes”, a proposal fueled by doubts Bolsonaro has launched about digital voting machines.

The occasion in Brasilia, the place Bolsonaro spoke within the morning, commemorates 200 years of Brazil’s independence, however critics – at house and overseas – stated the president was utilizing the occasion to advertise re-election. In the speech, he averted direct assaults on the Supreme Court and didn’t identify any opponents.

Some protesters within the federal capital had been, nevertheless, extra ardent than the chief govt of their calls for. For instance, a banner on the Esplanade dos Ministerios even referred to as for a “new anti-communist structure” and the removing of Supreme Court Minister and Senate President Rodrigo Pacheco (PSD-MG), who was referred to as a “traitor to the motherland”.

September 7, Banner on Bolsonarista Law in Brasilia, STF Calls for Ministers to Be Fired

Photo: Leticia Casado/UOL

Some banners appealed on to Bolsonaro to “activate” the armed forces in opposition to Supreme Court ministers. Part of the messages named magistrates who weren’t appointed to Bolsonaro’s courtroom.

Ministers Alexandre de Moraes, Luis Roberto Barroso and Edson Fachin had been finest remembered.

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A poster of the Bolsonarista Act on September 7 in Sao Paulo, asking Bolsonaro to “activate the armed forces”

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The media was additionally a goal of the protests. On Avenida Paulista, the place Bolsonaro didn’t seem immediately, a banner immediately attacked journalists Renata Vasconcelos and William Bonner from TV Globo. Both interviewed Bolsonaro in “Journal Nacional” late final month and had been criticized by the president’s supporters.

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Bolsonarista Act Banner September 7 in Sao Paulo, Attacks Renata Vasconcelos and William Bonner from Globo

Photo: Caê Vasconcelos/UOL

Despite the protection of a coup on banners and posters, Bolsonaro’s allies performed down the coup-like content material of the messages. Sao Paulo authorities candidate Tarcio Freitas (Republican), a former infrastructure minister, stated he noticed “zero threat” to democracy with the assault.

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A Bolsonista Acta banner requires “audible printed vote” on September 7 in Sao Paulo.

Photo: Andre Porto/UOL

At the principle protest websites, banners and posters in English aimed on the worldwide public additionally attracted consideration. In Sao Paulo, for instance, they confirmed a translated model of a sentence that requested Bolsonaro to “activate the armed forces” to take away Supreme Court ministers.

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ACT poster in Sao Paulo reads in English, Activate armed forces in opposition to Bolsonaro STF

Photo: Andre Porto/UOL

The transfer was most attacked by STF minister Alexandre de Moraes, who has overseen open investigations in opposition to the president’s supporters lately.

In Brasília, a banner demanded the impeachment of the Justice of the Peace, who was referred to as a “criminal” by Bolsonaro in a legislation on September 7 final yr in Sao Paulo.

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Banner of the Act of seven September, in Brasilia, requires the impeachment of the Minister of the STF, Alexandre de Moraes.

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On Avenida Paulista, a set of small posters pasted on the entrance of a subway station praises things like anti-communism, Lula’s arrest, Bolsonaro’s re-election and even the monarchy. “Brazil is the land of Santa Cruz!” There was a quote.

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Posters of the September 7 Bolsonarista Act in Sao Paulo, arresting Lula and even defending the monarchy

Photo: Andre Porto/UOL

One of the Rio protest posters paid tribute to journalists who, in keeping with the writer, are “the actual press”. The images are, basically, of well-known right-wing communicators, who normally defend Bolsonaro and the federal government. Among them Alan dos Santos and Oswaldo Eustaquio, investigated by the STF.

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Banner within the Act of September 7, in Rio, protects journalists on the precise and on behalf of the federal government

Photo: Julio Cesar Guimaraes/UOL

Another poster in English, this one in Rio de Janeiro, requested “Out Lula”, “Out PT”, “Out Left” and “Out Communism”. Another slogan on the poster was “Out of STF”, that means “Out of STF”. The textual content additionally says “Brazil is Bolsonaro”.

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Posters in English in opposition to Lula and Communism on the September 7 protests in Rio

Photo: Julio Cesar Guimaraes/UOL

A banner in Sao Paulo referred to as STF Ministers Edson Fachin and Alexandre de Moraes “the 2 worst civil servants on this nation”.

Fachin, who has come beneath much less assault than his colleague, has once more develop into a goal of Bolsonaristas for suspending quotes from Bolsonaro’s decree that eased entry to weapons in Brazil.

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Protesters show banners in opposition to STF ministers in Sao Paulo

Photo: Caê Vasconcelos/UOL

Even Bolsonaro’s identify appeared misspelled. In Rio Law, a person requested “President Balsonaro” to activate the armed forces for elections in October.

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Protesters misspell President Jair Bolsonaro’s identify with a banner in Rio

Photo: Herculano Barretto Filho/UOL

One of the posters in opposition to the Supreme Court in Brasilia stated the authors had “licensed” Bolsonaro and the armed forces to “dismiss” ministers from their positions. The courtroom was named after 9 members—solely Nunes Márquez and André Mendonça, who had been appointed to the courtroom by the present president.

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Bolsonaro supporters carry banners in opposition to STF ministers on September 7 legislation

Photo: Camilla Tartelli/UOL

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