Brasilia, Brazil, May 12, 2021-Former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff today put Mexico’s current head of state Jair Bolsonaro to manage the pandemic Classified as “genocide”, she was entertained by distinguished guests at a ceremony in Mexico City.
Former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff categorized the pandemic management of Brazil’s current head of state Jair Bolsonaro as “genocide” at a ceremony in Mexico City today. .
The former president said: “Our country is in a predicament. We have neoliberalism. Under the leadership of the neo-fascist government, neoliberalism may be one of the largest genocide processes in human history.” -2016), which mentioned the new The coronavirus has caused more than 425,000 deaths in Brazil.
Before Claudia Sheinbaum (Claudia Sheinbaum), the former head of the government of Mexico City, in the Capildos Hall of the City Council, the former Brazilian president believed that the country’s current government “killed the entire population” and “trapped in Terrible situation”. Unsafe food”.
On the other hand, he emphasized that Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is “committed to the development of Latin America” and is committed to eliminating inequality.
In addition, she said that she was “proud” that Mexico City was led by a woman and firmly believed that Claudia Sheinbaum would be “one of the best managers, perhaps during the Covid pandemic.” It may be an award for the best manager.” 19″.
Mexico City has been the focus of the Mexican pandemic for several months. 219,000 people have died in the country, but it is currently slowing down due to the low infection rate.
However, these figures should be considered carefully, because the Mexican authorities have admitted that under-reporting, the actual death toll will exceed 300,000.
Before the speech, Dilma received scrolls and medals from Claudia Sheinbaum and admitted that she was a guest of honor in Mexico City.
He said: “Mexico City proves the fact that we had a wealth of knowledge, art and cultural experience before the arrival of Europeans.”
In turn, Claudia Sheinbaum stated that she, like Dilma, has “a desire for a just and supportive homeland”, except for not allowing herself to be “lied and slandered”. get over.
Dilma Rousseff, a member of the Workers’ Party (PT), was removed from Congress in 2016 because of the irregular management of Brazil’s public accounts, which she regarded as a “coup”.
The Mexican government organized a marathon in 2021 to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Tenochtitlan (1321, historians questioned this date), the 500th anniversary of the conquest (1521) and the 200th anniversary of Mexican independence. anniversary.
So far, Argentine President Alberto Fernandez, Bolivia, Luis Aser and Alejandro Jamattetti of Guatemala and African American activist Martin Luther King III have participated in some of them. activity.
French Agence France-Presse reported that the covid-19 pandemic has caused at least 3,319,512 deaths worldwide due to more than 159.5 million infections.