President Jair Bolsonaro once again started the usual live, this Thursday (2/7), with a song played in accordion. The presence of Embratur’s president, Gilson Machado Neto, playing accordion was a tribute paid to coronavirus victims last week.
The tribute was ridiculed by commentators of the Sombra Government program, from the Portuguese channel SIC. “Bolsonaro says: ‘it is a tribute to those who are gone’, but he does not say that they are people. It can be a very beautiful tribute to a dead cat. of the commentators.
The live was attended by Caixa’s president, Pedro Guimarães; the president of the Brazilian Tourism Institute (Embratur), Gilson Machado Neto; the secretary of Fisheries, Jorge Seif Júnior; and the Minister of Regional Development, Rogério Marinho. Everyone was without a mask.
Coughing, the president, once again, gave a touch to the governors who adhered to the closing of trade to contain the advance of the coronavirus. “We consider Brazil to be one. The good news comes from agribusiness. People did not stop working, while in the rest of the country there was a competition from those who protected the population more,” he said.