Criticism of the Brazilian president’s administration, Jair Bolsonaro, reached the United Nations headquarters today, a few hours before the president was to deliver a speech at the General Assembly.
A projection in the building of the international organization described the ruler as a disaster and a Brazilian disgrace, and the term Bolsonaro World Shame became a trend in social networks.
The repudiation of the head of state occurs a few days after receiving several demonstrations of repudiation for campaigning for the presidency during his trip to the British capital to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
In London, he published a video the night before the funeral of the former monarch, where the president is seen at a gas station in the center of the city showing the price of unleaded fuel at that time, about 8 euros per liter, an amount he considered ‘practically double the average of many states in Brazil’.
As part of his intervention in the high-level segment of the UN, Bolsonaro criticized previous administrations of his country and took the opportunity to take stock of his government’s actions.